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Job Title: Case Manager

Location: San Francisco, Tenderloin

Program: The Forensic Housing Program (FHP)

Classification: Full Time Non-Exempt with Benefits

Reports to: Sr. Program Manager

Salary: $23.24-$23.74/HR based on a 37.5 HR Work Week

(Depending on education, experience, and language capacity)

Benefits: Medical, Dental, Vision, Retirement Plan

Agency Overview:

LSS of Northern California (LSS) is a Non-Profit agency providing services in supportive housing and money management. LSS responds when people become vulnerable because of homelessness, mental illness, substance use or disaster. Providing support services and compassionate guidance, we help individuals and families to stabilize their lives and become self-sufficient.

Program Description:

The Forensic Housing Program (FHP) provides transitional supportive housing in collaboration with local city and county programs. The goal of the program is to ensure immediate access to housing and supportive services to post-incarcerated homeless persons living with HIV/AIDS in San Francisco, with the longer term objective of access to safe, decent and affordable permanent housing. The program provides coordinated case management support to help these individuals better stabilize their lives. Additional program services include housing advocacy, money management services, linkages to HIV prevention, access to benefits counseling/advocacy, workshops/groups focused on teaching basic life skills, access to medical care, access to oral health care, and access to behavioral health services targeting post-incarcerated individuals living with HIV/AIDS in the city and county of San Francisco. This hotel is a 51 unit SRO building in the Tenderloin with 30 units dedicated to this program.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:


  • Provide case management and social service coordination for program participants including assessments, crisis intervention, harm reduction, and client advocacy.

  • Implement individual service plans in conjunction with the client, program and community case manager.

  • Assist program participants in securing appropriate independent permanent housing, including help with gathering necessary documentation, help filling out applications, help filing appeals, and working with city programs or private landlords.

  • Identify program participants in need of services and maintain awareness of their overall health status.

  • Promote self-sufficiency and independence as appropriate.

  • Facilitate and coordinate money management services in conjunction with the referring case manager.

  • Observe client confidentiality & HIPAA protocols.

  • Maintain the program's standard of documentation of case management services; keep accurate records, files, correspondence & statistics in both written form and via data entry.

  • Maintain a strength-based perspective.

  • Treat others with respect and courtesy, striving for open and honest working relationships.

  • Maintain high ethical standards when dealing with others.

  • Demonstrate good judgment and common sense.

  • Prepare reports and presentations of information as required.

  • Serve as liaison/advocate with outside social and health agencies.

  • Provide current information and referrals regarding services and community resources to residents and staff through case management, program meetings, groups, and staff meetings.

  • Work in collaboration with other on-site staff to facilitate community relations, provide guidance and conflict resolution as needed.

  • Attend and participate in participant, program, and agency meetings and trainings as assigned.

  • Work with FHP Program Coordinator to conduct activities and events for all program participants.

  • Evening hours may be required to assist with particular events from time to time.

Qualifications:

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skills, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.


  • Bachelor’s degree and 2 years’ experience providing direct support services to vulnerable populations, preferably in the non-profit or public sector; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Bachelor’s degree in Social Work or related field preferred.

  • Demonstrated experience working with individuals from diverse social and ethnic backgrounds, especially those who are homeless, formerly homeless, or have been at risk of being homeless.

  • Ability to work independently, make effective decisions and utilize supervision as needed.

  • Ability to work collaboratively in a team setting.

  • Ability to multi-task and set priorities.

  • Strong communication, writing and analytic skills.

  • Experience with using Motivational Interviewing and Harm Reduction counseling techniques preferred.

  • Experience in addressing the areas of substance abuse, chronic mental and physical health issues in the homeless and formerly incarcerated population.

  • Experience working with people living with HIV/AIDS.

  • Experience providing social services in a residential setting preferred.

  • Experience working collaboratively with other agencies.

  • Literacy and experience in using computer software such as Web Browsers, MS Outlook/Word/Excel, and other database programs.

  • Bilingual (English/Spanish) a plus.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential function of this job. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit. The employee frequently is required to use hands to hold objects, writing instruments, or files; and talk, hear and smell. The employee is occasionally required to stand, walk, sit, reach with hands and arms, and taste or smell. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 10 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus. organization’s accounting staff.

The employee may be required to travel to locations within the regional areas of LSS. This may require standing in lines and while traveling the employee may be exposed to vibration while driving a car. While performing the duties of the job, the employee may occasionally travel outside in varied weather conditions.

WORK ENVIRONMENT:

The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.

San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance:

Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records.

Lutheran Social Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


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Friends of the Children – SF Bay Area (Friends-SF) is part of a growing national network of mentoring chapters with a proven long-term track record of helping children break the cycle of generational poverty.

We employ trained, full-time professional mentors – we call them “Friends” – to provide a stable, caring, and sustained relationship in each child’s life. Our program works to empower each child for 12-1/2 years, no matter what!

Each or our Professional Mentors develops intensive, long-term, trusting relationships with eight children who face the greatest obstacles. This means:

· Set positive expectations

· Nurture and promote the child’s individual strengths, talents and abilities

· Help assure physical and emotional well-being

· Teach life and academic skills

· Provide enrichment activities

· Model responsible behavior

· Each Friend will spend approximately four hours per week with each child and will report directly to the Program Director.

The ideal candidate will have:

· Minimum of AA degree, BA preferred

· At least 1-2 years experience working with youth who face the greatest obstacles

· Familiarity with the Bayview Hunters Point section of San Francisco or similar communities a plus.

Other Requirements:

· Must pass drug screening

· Must have your own vehicle, safe driving record and valid driver's license

· Must pass fingerprint and background checks

· Must possess a mission-driven growth mindset

· Must be comfortable using web based data management tools

· Work hours may vary at times, but are generally 10am-6pm, Tuesday - Saturday. Flexibility and reliability is essential.

· You’ll start in the early stages of a small growing nonprofit

· You’ll be part of a dynamic and supportive national network, with a proven, evidence-based mentoring model;

· You’ll have new challenges daily, and we commit to support you in every way, to help you serve our kids and to keep your batteries charged;

· You’ll be part of a friendly and collaborative workplace, where work-life balance is respected; and

· Most of all, you’ll play a critical role in helping children who face significant obstacles change the trajectories of their lives!

Salary: $45,600 to $50,000, depending on experience and qualifications.

Benefits: Full Medical, dental and vision coverage; 401(k) matching plan, basic life insurance and long term disability insurance; 3 weeks of paid vacation and 2 weeks of paid sick leave per year, generous allowances for mileage, cellphone and other child-related expenses.

To learn more about Friends-SF, please go to:

Friends of the Children – SF Bay Area is committed to our community, to equal employment opportunity, and to diversity in our workplace. We are fiercely committed to equity and will ensure that every aspect of our mission is executed with full engagement of the communities impacted by our work.

Local (San Francisco Bay Area) candidates only.


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Horizons Unlimited of San Francisco, Inc., established in 1965, is a community-based organization located in the Mission District, and offers substance abuse prevention, treatment, employment, entrepreneurial, and gender specific services, for Latino and other youth of color, ages 12 to 26, and their families, residing in the Mission District and the city and county of San Francisco.

Position Title: Program Director, Treatment and Gender Specific Programs Reports To: Executive Director

Position Description: As part of the leadership and management team at Horizons, the Program Director, Treatment and Gender Specific Programs, works closely with our Clinical Director and is responsible for the overall programmatic and fiscal management, oversight, planning/coordination, staffing, supervision, implementation, and evaluation of the Agency’s Medi-Cal certified, Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Outpatient Treatment, Mental Health, and Gender-specific Programs, specifically: Females Against Violence (FAV) and Jovenes Education and Empowerment Program (JEEP). In partnership with the Executive Director and Program Director, Prevention and Employment, this position will participate in funding source and other city-wide Steering/Advisory Board Committees, provide internal and external leadership and interfacing, and help chart Horizons’ future growth and strategic response to an ever-increasing demand for the Agency’s services.

PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Program/Contract Planning, Development, Implementation, Management, and Evaluation:

• Responsible for the planning, development, implementation, monitoring, and evaluation of the SUD Outpatient Treatment, Mental Health and Gender-specific contracts, programs, budgets, and staff.

• Develop funding source Workplans and Contract Renewals and monitor program activities on a regular basis to ensure activities are aligned and in compliance with proposed services, objectives are met, and program staff is on track to meet goals.

• Identify best practices and create systems to ensure that services are designed and implemented in accordance with respective contract/funding source requirements goals and objectives.

• Oversee, monitor, and track current program evaluation measures, as well as develop new program evaluation frameworks to assess the strengths of the program and to identify areas for improvement.

• Track and monitor staff data entry in the AVATAR, CMS and CalOMS database system for compliance and satisfactory progress with performance objectives.

• Collect, review, and analyze statistical data for use in reports, proposals, presentations, and evaluation.

• Draft monthly, quarterly, and annual program reports to demonstrate achievement of goals.

• Report evaluation findings to Executive Director and recommend changes to enhance the program.

• Plan and execute weekly staff meetings to maintain staff rapport, disseminate programmatic/agency related information, team build, and monitor progress.

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• Consistently attend all funding source meetings, trainings, and events to stay current on all contractual related matters.

• Other duties assigned by the Executive Director.

Administrative/Staffing/HR:

• In consultation with the Executive Director, recruit, interview, and hire program staff/consultants.

• Draft Memorandum of Understanding for all consultants and ensure all hiring paperwork is completed for employees.

• Implement the Agency’s human resources policies, procedures and practices of the organization.

• Ensure that all program staff and consultants receive an appropriate orientation to the organization and the programs.

• Supervise program staff and cultivate a culture of learning and empowerment through ongoing guidance, coaching, training, direction, input, and feedback to keep morale high, promote inclusion and collaboration, ensure delivery of high quality programs, and foster productivity.

• Develop and implement a system to evaluate the skill, experience, and professional development needs of all staff.

• Establish and implement a professional development program to address employee experience and skill gaps.

• Work with staff to develop objective performance measurements across all programs, to ensure consistent, high-quality evaluation and goal setting for all employees.

• Instill a sense of accountability among team members by modeling oversight of individual and organization performance standards.

• Actively interface with clients and other stakeholders to gain community support for the program and to solicit input for program improvement/enhancement.

• Liaise with other managers to ensure effective and efficient program delivery.

Minimum Qualifications:

• Must be CAADE or CCAP certified with 3-5 years Management/Supervisory experience.

• Experience providing SUD Outpatient treatment services in a professional setting.

• Proven track record of designing, writing, securing, implementing, and managing grants for programming.

• Highly analytical, forward thinking, with an acute attention to detail.

• Proven ability to lead a team towards success and reach required goals and obligations on a consistent basis.

• Superior record with meeting deadlines and juggling multiple tasks and projects.

• Outstanding communicator with an aptitude for public speaking, training, and partnership building.

• Ability to exercise tact and diplomacy in a variety of settings.

• Successful in roles requiring a high level of discretion, professionalism, and leadership.

• Demonstrated ability to interface with high level departmental and community leaders, and represent the agency and programs at local and national conferences, conventions, town halls, and other events.

• Able to maintain confidential, accurate, and complete records including documentation of daily activities; monthly and quarterly reports, etc.

• Proficient with Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc; Mac platforms.

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• Must be able to work evenings, on weekends, and before normal business hours (10:00am-6:30pm) for events, outreach, trainings, and to meet deadlines.

• Must be able to pass a Department of Justice background check and clear a TB test before first day of employment.

• Ability to use personal vehicle and adherence to agency insurance requirements.

• If in recovery, must be clean and sober for a minimum of 2 continuous years.

• Willing and able to commit to a 3-5 year tenure at the agency.

Desired Qualifications:

• Master’s Degree and a minimum of 5-7 years of progressive Senior Level Management/Supervisory experience.

• Experience managing Medi-Cal certified SUD Treatment programs.

• Experience developing grant proposals to ensure continuous delivery and expansion of services.

• Committed to, and passionate about, issues facing Latino youth, and other youth of color, and their families.

• Bilingual English/Spanish desirable.

Compensation and Benefits This is a full-time, permanent, salaried, and exempt position after successful completion of a 6-month probation period. Eligible for benefits (medical, dental, vision plan, accidental life and AD&D insurance) on the 1st of the month following 1 full month of continuous employment. Other benefits include paid vacation, sick leave, and holidays and opportunities for professional development and continued learning. The annual salary for this position is $60,587-$70,190.

Horizons Unlimited of San Francisco, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer, and does not discriminate on the basis of race, culture, age, disability, gender, or sexual orientation. Women and People Of Color Are Encouraged To Apply.

Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records.

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Do you want to make a difference in the lives of individuals with developmental disabilities? We are looking for candidates to work within a team environment with the individuals supported, their families and providers in the community. This position provides assistance to individuals with developmental disabilities to lead more independent and productive lives by coming up with innovative, person centered approaches to improve the quality of services to individuals supported by the Agency in a compassionate and creative environment.

The Intake Specialist acts as the first point of contact between potential Early Start and continuing clients and the Regional Center. The position also needs to provide basic information on services and secure information to determine eligibility requirements and potential services. This position requires travel to offices and meetings throughout the Bay Area. Occasional statewide travel to sites throughout California may be required. Fluency in both written and verbal Spanish is required.

DUTIES

Solicit all intake information from applicants, provide information regarding GGRC services, and refer qualified clients to Assessment Team or other community resources (when indicated). Provide general information and referrals regarding resources and services to clients and callers. Explain GGRC procedures and policies, including legislation and due process rights. Ensure the required timeframes, policies and procedures are met.

Input intake information and notes into system. Confirm client’s ‘first time’ status in Regional Center system. Maintain database of calls and documentation of applicant’s inquiries. Complete and maintain all required forms and reports according to regulations and procedures. Complete monthly statistics.

Determine place of residence in accordance with guidelines. Review and determine appropriateness of applications for service. Maintain information and referral services. Assist in determining referrals for outreach services. Provide administrative support to unit as needed. Participate in special projects and assist with additional duties or tasks, as assigned.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

• Associate Degree from an accredited college of social welfare or related human services field required. Bachelor's degree is preferred;

• 1+ year client interaction and evaluation experience;

• Work experience with developmentally disabled;

• Experience in the field of Early Childhood Development desired;

• Case Management experience preferred;

• Experience in multi-cultural settings and/or multi-lingual capacity.

SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES

• Able to speak clearly and be understood by native Spanish speakers and to understand relevant spoken/written dialects, as appropriate;

• Good interview skills and able to assess individual needs and input detailed notes into system while interviewing;

• Excellent communication skills in producing documents in a business manner and conveying complex information in a clear, concise and professional manner;

• Familiar with issues associated with working with developmentally disabled;

• Familiar with MS Office and Adobe products;

• Able to operate basic office equipment;

• Time management and organizational skills;

• Initiative and decision making;

• Customer and detail oriented.

Salary starts at $3,500.00 per month

ABOUT THE AGENCY

Golden Gate Regional Center is a private non-profit agency that provides assistance. We offer competitive pay, outstanding benefits, and a dynamic work environment. We have over 200 employees located in San Francisco, Marin and San Mateo counties.

GGRC is an equal employment opportunity employer.

Local candidates only please. No phone calls.


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Horizons Unlimited of San Francisco, Inc., established in 1965, is a community-based organization located in the Mission District, and offers substance abuse prevention, treatment, employment, and gender specific services, for Latino and other youth of color, ages 12 to 26, and their families, residing in the Mission District and the city and county of San Francisco.

Position: Mental Health Case Manager, EMIC Behavioral Health Services Reports to: Program Director, Treatment and Gender Specific Programs

Program Summary: The EMIC Behavioral Health Services offered at Horizons provides culturally affirming, population focused, mental health services for TAY youth, ages 16-24, and/or their families. Services include outreach and engagement to raise awareness about the program and services, screening and assessment, wellness activities/groups, individual and group therapeutic services, and case management. This position will serve as the hub for service enrollment, engagement, and coordination; receiving referrals, conducting screenings, connecting clients and/or their family members to both on and offsite services including therapy, faciliate wellness groups, and providing case management to clients which includes direct assistance in gaining access to services, coordination of care, and linkage to appropriate services.

Duties and Responsibilities:

• Conduct outreach activities for the purposes of engaging youth in mental health services, including the development of outreach materials and plans.

• Coordinate and oversee the referral process.

• Conduct client screening/intake to ensure that all individuals are adequately and appropriately served according to their individual needs.

• Complete case management assessment on all clients entering caseload and consistently monitor progress.

• Provide on-going supportive and/or case management functions in accordance with the problems, needs and strategies identified within the case plan in order to help the clients achieve the stated goals and objectives. This includes communicating regularly with schools, probation officers, social worker, family members and other caregivers, regarding client’s treatment progress, etc., when appropriate.

• Document and maintain up to date client files while ensuring confidentiality, according to clinical procedures.

• Act as an advocate for clients and families to ensure service delivery.

• Develop and facilitate wellness groups and activities.

• Accumulate knowledge of, and coordinate services with other providers, when appropriate.

• Connect families with needed and available community resources, follow-up with clients and agencies as appropriate to document use/success of referral.

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• Participate in continuing education activities/trainings, remaining knowledgeable in area (s) of expertise.

• Attend weekly interdisciplinary clinical meetings with clinical staff and bi-weekly individual supervision meetings with the Clinical Director.

• Adhere to agency policy, procedures and the professional code of ethics.

• Other duties as assigned by Supervisor.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

• BA in Social Work and/or related field and/or a minimum of 2+ years working with at risk youth and their families.

• Knowledge and skills in community based behavioral health care (mental health) and case management experience.

• Experience conducting screenings and keeping client case notes.

• Adept in case plan development and tracking.

• Able to develop and facilitate mental health related wellness groups.

• Must be detail oriented, deadline driven, and able to work independently and take initiative.

• Bilingual (Spanish/English).

• Knowledge of youth service providers in San Francisco preferred.

• Knowledge of clinical treatment, healing arts, intervention techniques, and approaches to youth development, behavior modification, harm reduction, etc.

• Experience working with youth within the juvenile justice system, youth with disabilities, youth with co-occurring disorders, and/or gang-affiliated, etc.

• Able to maintain confidential, accurate, and complete records including documentation of daily encounters; progress notes; weekly and monthly reports, etc.

• Excellent organizational, communication, written, and verbal skills.

• Ability to work as a member of a team and willing to be flexible (that may include working evenings).

• Must be able to pass a Department of Justice background check and clear a TB test before first day of employment.

• This position is under the collective bargaining agreement with SEIU 1021 and in such is subject to enrollment.

• If in recovery, must be clean and sober for a minimum of 2 continuous years.

Compensation and Benefits This is a full-time, permanent position after successful completion of a 6-month probation period. Eligible for benefits (medical, dental, vision plan, accidental life and AD&D insurance) on the 1st day of the month following 1 full month of continuous employment. Other benefits include paid vacation, sick leave, and holidays. The hourly wage ranges from $21.25 to 24.62.

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Horizons Unlimited of San Francisco, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer, and does not discriminate on the basis of race, culture, age, disability, gender, or sexual orientation. Women and People Of Color Are Encouraged To Apply.

Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records.

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Job Description

ICA is a faith based Christian organization and began in 1990 as a non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation. The Institute for Children’s Aid (ICA)is a major divisions at International Christian Adoptions. We stand on Biblical principles in all we do lending hospitality and sanctuary to all who are in need coming into our care. ICA is dedicated in helping children and their families around the world and in the United States. Our staff are multi-lingual and multi-ethnic and professionally trained to assist in various trauma informed capacities. ICA promotes and secures the emotional, spiritual and physical welfare of children who have been victimized, abandoned or persecuted; found in the streets, war zones, government run institutions, refugee camps or family homes and provides them a family they can call their own. We are looking for people who want to make a difference in the lives of children, people who are ministry minded, people who go beyond their job descriptions because the team needs it.

OVERVIEW

The Worker will provide Home Study and Post Release Services for Unaccompanied Children (UC) in federal systems. This is a wonderful opportunity that reaches out to the community offering compassionate services to youth in need.

 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Excellent verbal and written communication skills

Excellent organizational and time management skills

Detail oriented, able to multitask and meet deadlines Self-motivated, able to work in a team and independently

Should have excellent conflict resolution and communication skills Bilingual – English and

 

SPANISH REQUIRED

·Assess potential placements youth , including background interview and home study;

Make regular contact and visits to the home, school, training site, or job of the individuals served.

Provide information, education, referrals, outreach, advocacy, and support to ensure that each child receives the services they require.

Assess the safety and appropriateness of the placement on an ongoing basis using child welfare principles and social work best practices

·Develop individual case plans with particular attention to culture, language, and special circumstances;

·Maintain accurate and complete case files by updating database systems, submitting reports, and managing physical case files;

·Provide information, education, referrals, outreach, advocacy, and support to ensure that each child receives the services they require;

·Assess the safety and appropriateness of the placement on an ongoing basis using child welfare principles and social work best practices and conduct calls, interviews, and home visits;

·Build a network of local pro bono legal resources, food and clothing banks, mental health services and care providers to establish services for youth.

Track individual progress via an online database;

·Coordinate and maintain communication with key stakeholders;

·Participate in regular training and communication sessions with on-site and case work supervisor and headquarters staff; and

·Perform other duties as assigned by supervisor.

All of the above duties and responsibilities are essential job functions subject to reasonable accommodation.All job duties indicated is not to be an exhaustive statement and other job- related duties may be assigned as required by the supervisor(s).

POSITION REQUIREMENTS

Master's degree is preferred;

·Experience in child welfare, child placements, family preservation and social service provision is desired;

·Must possess an extensive knowledge of immigrant community local resources;

·Excellent organizational, verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills, and ability to prioritize duties in a fast-paced environment;

·Must have a valid driver's license, insurance, a clean driving record, and personal transportation;

·Position requires up to 50 percent in state travel with limited notice.

Job Type: Full-time

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time

Education:


  • Master's (Preferred)

Language:


  • Spanish (Required)

Work Location:


  • Multiple locations


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Reports to: Program Manager, Hope Center

Type: Part-Time, Non-Exempt

 

ORGANIZATION DESCRIPTION

Opened in 1998, San Francisco SafeHouse is a 501(c)3 non-profit program that provides

supportive services to homeless women surviving sexual exploitation. San Francisco SafeHouse

offers both transitional housing and a drop-in center, The Hope Center. SafeHouse staff provide

guidance through the women’s recovery providing a gender specific response to sexual

exploitation, homelessness, and trauma. At both programs, participants are offered housing

assistance, intensive case management, trauma informed groups, and a wide array of other

services.

 

POSITION DESCRIPTION

The Violence Prevention for Sex Workers Housing Coordinator (VPSW Housing Coordinator) is

responsible for responding in collaboration with St. James Infirmary’s outreach team to sex

workers in the Mission District who have experienced, or are at high risk for, violence by linking

sex workers to emergency housing and long term supportive services as desired.

This position is a part-time role at 25 hours weekly. Candidates should have the flexibility to

work some evening and weekend hours.

SCOPE AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

Direct Services (80%)


  • Assist at-risk sex workers identified by St. James Infirmary’s outreach team in securing emergency housing/hotel stays

  • Administer emergency housing vouchers

  • Meet with sex workers on site in temporary housing to assess for, and provide resources around, long term support options, including services through SafeHouse and St. James Infirmary.

  • Assist participants in applying for permanent housing

  • Conduct periodic outreach in the mission district in collaboration with St. James Outreach team as needed Administrative Duties (20%)

  • Develop partnerships with local SROs and hotels in order to secure emergency housing for violence survivors

  • Maintain records of client contacts, administered housing vouchers and other relevant information

  • Assist with the development of outreach materials, educational materials as needed

  • Participate in monthly outreach team meetings at St. James Infirmary as well as weekly staff meetings and individual supervision at the Hope Center.

Qualifications:


  • Highly preferred if candidate has worked in the sex trades, has ties to and an understanding of, the mission community, or has other relevant lived experience

  • Bilingual English/Spanish

  • Commitment to social justice and anti-oppression work, both personally and structurally

  • 2 years of related community based work experience preferred

  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office, including Word and Excel

  • Ability to work independently and in a team environment COMPENSATION: This position will be paid at the rate of $25.00/hour. As a part-time position, the VPSW Housing Coordinator position is not eligible for benefits, with the exception of paid sick leave and company-matched retirement plan. San Francisco SafeHouse is an affirmative action employer. All interested individuals, including survivors, people of color, women, persons with disabilities, formerly incarcerated people and persons who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and/or intersex are encouraged to apply.

SPECIAL ADA REQUIREMENTS:

San Francisco SafeHouse is in full compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)

and does not discriminate with regard to applicants or employees with disability, and will make

reasonable accommodation when necessary. Position requires both standing and sitting and

working at a keyboard for extended periods of time.

TO APPLY: Send a cover letter, resume and contact information for 3 references


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Bay Area Clinical Associates, P.C. (BACA) is a physician-owned and operated organization offering evidence-based mental health services to youth and their families in the San Francisco Bay Area. BACA currently offers outpatient and intensive outpatient services in San Jose, Berkeley and Menlo Park and is exploring other sites as well.  We are looking for a full-time IOP Lead Therapist  (working  32-40 hours per week) to join our multidisciplinary team at both our Menlo Park clinic and our Berkeley clinic.

Our mission is to set a new standard in providing evidence-based, multidisciplinary, integrated care. We provide all therapy and medication services at one convenient location, and will collaborate with schools and help with accommodations. We do see adults, but only the parents of the children we treat, as needed to improve the well-being of the child’s caretakers. Psychiatrists are team leaders and will generally work with 2-3 LMFT/LCSW in delivering care. We are looking for committed individuals dedicated to the BACA mission. BACA is a fun, friendly place to work and we go on a first name basis for patients and staff. BACA offers the opportunity for clinicians to run groups and develop innovative treatment programs. As a IOP lead therapist at BACA, you are expected to provide care to patients both in the outpatient and intensive outpatient program (IOP). For the IOP and outpatient clinic, you would provide individual and family therapy, and parent training.

IOP Lead Therapist Description: 


  • Work as part of a multidisciplinary team to address mental health needs in children, adolescents, young adults and their families, ages 26 and younger.

  • Provide individual, group, family therapy, parent training for assigned patients and conduct treatment review meetings

  • Being highly organized with respect to patients, staff and IOP treatment protocols.

  • Including problem-solving program attendance issues.

  • Being the liaison between BACA and School team(s)/staff for all patients in IOP programs.

  • Work with individual patients and families to ensure they are receiving appropriate school support. 

  • Attend 504 and IEP meetings, as needed, either in person or via phone/tele-video.

  • Problem-solve clinical service needs when gaps/problems arise. 

  • Completes all necessary documentation, including treatment plans, needs assessments/intakes, collateral contacts, discharge summaries, etc.

  • Facilitate weekly IOP program meetings and provide case consult with the team, as needed

  • Works well with the overall IOP Clinical Director, Site Clinical Director and Vice-Presidents of Operations and Clinical Services.

Supervisory Duties (if applicable or if desired, can potentially supervise AMFT or ASW):


  • Provide clinical supervision to associates as mandated by the BBS guidelines

  • Be available for observation of individual or family therapy, case consultation, crisis consultation/assessments, as needed

  • Review and approve associate paperwork

  • Support in training of all levels of trainees and/or associates at BACA.

Position Requirements: 


  • Master’s degree required

  • Active license in the state of California as a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist (LMFT) or Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) required

  • Must have valid NPI

  • Must complete credentialing and contracting with insurance companies following an offer being extended but prior to starting - this process can take 3-5 months

  • Knowledge of acute adolescent and/or child psychological disorders and trained in a variety of therapeutic modalities, such as motivational interviewing.

  • Problem solving skills

  • Ability to hold firm boundaries and maintain confidentiality

  • Ability to clearly summarize pertinent clinical information via written correspondence and medical record documentation in a timely manner 

Benefit Package:


  • Competitive salary and benefits package

  • Weekly supervision for the first three months of employment 

  • Monthly staff meetings, case conferences and journal club

  • CAMFT membership encouraged and reimbursed

  • State licensure and professional liability insurance (malpractice) covered

  • Educational/discretionary expenses per year; eligible to use after 6 months of employment ($1,000 per year based on 1.0 FTE)

  • Paid holidays (at 1.0 FTE)

  • 4 weeks vacation/sick leave (160 hours per year at 1.0 FTE)


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ORGANIZATIONAL SUMMARY:

San Francisco AIDS Foundation promotes health, wellness, and social justice for communities most impacted by HIV, through sexual health and substance use services, advocacy, and community partnerships. Founded in 1982, SFAF envisions a future where health justice is achieved for all people living with or at risk for HIV, ultimately striving for a day when race is not a barrier to health and wellness, substance use is not stigmatized, HIV status does not determine quality of life, and HIV transmission is eliminated. Each year more than 25,000 people rely on SFAF programs and services and millions more find advocacy tools and information they need online. Learn more at sfaf.org.

Position Overview:: The Services Navigator is responsible for greeting clients and other visitors and guests, managing the flow of traffic, assessing client and guest needs, scheduling and registering clients for services, explaining and referring people to appropriate services and/or individuals and keeping the lobby areas functioning smoothly. The Services Navigator is responsible for enforcing Community Expectations and maintaining an environment that is inviting across our Mid-Market and Castro locations.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities::


  • Services Navigation:: Greet and connect clients and visitors to pertinent services, resources or staff. Assess client needs and concerns and provide support, assistance, information and referrals. Educate clients and visitors about SFAF programs, services and departments. Register clients for services and schedule client appointments.

  • Lobby Maintenance:: Ensure common areas remain welcoming to all. Enforce Policies and Procedures and Community Expectations with visitors and clients. Prepare lobby areas by setting up the area in a timely manner, logging clients onto computers, ensuring appropriate literature and guidelines are posted and program and service provider information and material is current and posted. Monitor bathrooms for safety. Monitor distribution of basic needs to clients and visitors. Ensure the lobby and reception areas are maintained.

  • Administrative:: Answer the phone and provide professional and courteous responses to callers. Assist supervisor with administrative tasks as requested, including but not limited to, internal data collection. Receive packages and deliveries.

  • Volunteer Engagement:: Responsible for assisting the Associate Director and Manager with oversite of volunteers supporting Services Navigation-related activities. Assist the Manager with volunteer training, monitoring, and guidance to volunteers with regard to work assignments. Maintain an excellent working relationship with volunteers.

  • Other duties may be assigned.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities::


  • Client Care:: Ability to engage, assist and support clients. Pragmatic problem-solving skills. Solid commitment to customer and employee service.

  • Software skills:: Microsoft Office experience desired. General computer knowledge required.

  • Interpersonal skills:: Superb interpersonal skills. Solid commitment to customer and employee service. Ability to convey difficult and challenging information to clients. Knowledge of the harm reduction model and skill in implementing de-escalation techniques with agitated clients required.

  • Judgment:: Exhibit sound and accurate judgment; clear articulation of reasoning for decisions; include appropriate people in decision-making process.

  • Quality:: Sensitivity to diverse populations and work styles, timeliness in responding to deadlines, and ability to handle multiple priorities simultaneously.

  • Other desired Skills and Abilities: :Knowledge of locally available resources for similar clientele as those who attend SFAF; safety procedures, CPR Certification and use of the harm reduction model.

  • Fluency in English and Spanish preferred.

Supervision:

No Supervisory duties

Physical Requirements and Work Environments::

Skill in operating equipment such as a personal computer, copy machine and telephone system. Ability to perform routine bending, stooping, twisting, and reaching. The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. The position may have exposure to blood borne pathogens and other infectious agents

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Education and Experience: :


  • High School diploma or equivalent.

  • Minimum of three years of work in community-based customer service, social work or triage required.

  • Experience with electronic health record systems highly regarded.

  • Experience working with people living with HIV, people who are substance users, have a mental health diagnosis, and/or are experiencing homelessness highly regarded.

  • Spanish preferred

This position will have access to protected health information (PHI) and may only access, use or disclose the minimum information necessary to perform their designated role on behalf of San Francisco AIDS Foundation, regardless of the extent of access provided.

Work Environment::

Market: This position is primarily located at both 1035 Market Street and 470 Castro Street, San Francisco, however it may occasionally require traveling to other office locations or off-site meetings as required by the job. Role may include evening and weekend coverage.

The statements herein are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees assigned to this classification. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required for personnel so classified.

Equal Employment Opportunity Statement::

The San Francisco AIDS Foundation is an Equal Opportunity employer. We actively seek applications from people living with HIV/AIDS, persons with disabilities, women, LGBTQ people, and people of color.

Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records.

:Application Process:

Please visit our careers page 

POSITION OPEN UNTIL FILLED

NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE


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Bay Area Clinical Associates, P.C. (BACA) is a physician-owned and operated organization offering evidence-based mental health services to youth and their families in the San Francisco Bay Area. BACA currently offers outpatient and intensive outpatient services in San Jose, Berkeley and Menlo Park and is exploring other sites as well.  We are looking for a full-time IOP Lead Therapist  (working  32-40 hours per week) to join our multidisciplinary team at both our Menlo Park clinic and our Berkeley clinic.

Our mission is to set a new standard in providing evidence-based, multidisciplinary, integrated care. We provide all therapy and medication services at one convenient location, and will collaborate with schools and help with accommodations. We do see adults, but only the parents of the children we treat, as needed to improve the well-being of the child’s caretakers. Psychiatrists are team leaders and will generally work with 2-3 LMFT/LCSW in delivering care. We are looking for committed individuals dedicated to the BACA mission. BACA is a fun, friendly place to work and we go on a first name basis for patients and staff. BACA offers the opportunity for clinicians to run groups and develop innovative treatment programs. As a IOP lead therapist at BACA, you are expected to provide care to patients both in the outpatient and intensive outpatient program (IOP). For the IOP and outpatient clinic, you would provide individual and family therapy, and parent training.

IOP Lead Therapist Description: 


  • Work as part of a multidisciplinary team to address mental health needs in children, adolescents, young adults and their families, ages 26 and younger.

  • Provide individual, group, family therapy, parent training for assigned patients and conduct treatment review meetings

  • Being highly organized with respect to patients, staff and IOP treatment protocols.

  • Including problem-solving program attendance issues.

  • Being the liaison between BACA and School team(s)/staff for all patients in IOP programs.

  • Work with individual patients and families to ensure they are receiving appropriate school support. 

  • Attend 504 and IEP meetings, as needed, either in person or via phone/tele-video.

  • Problem-solve clinical service needs when gaps/problems arise. 

  • Completes all necessary documentation, including treatment plans, needs assessments/intakes, collateral contacts, discharge summaries, etc.

  • Facilitate weekly IOP program meetings and provide case consult with the team, as needed

  • Works well with the overall IOP Clinical Director, Site Clinical Director and Vice-Presidents of Operations and Clinical Services.

Supervisory Duties (if applicable or if desired, can potentially supervise AMFT or ASW):


  • Provide clinical supervision to associates as mandated by the BBS guidelines

  • Be available for observation of individual or family therapy, case consultation, crisis consultation/assessments, as needed

  • Review and approve associate paperwork

  • Support in training of all levels of trainees and/or associates at BACA.

Position Requirements: 


  • Master’s degree required

  • Active license in the state of California as a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist (LMFT) or Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) required

  • Must have valid NPI

  • Must complete credentialing and contracting with insurance companies following an offer being extended but prior to starting - this process can take 3-5 months

  • Knowledge of acute adolescent and/or child psychological disorders and trained in a variety of therapeutic modalities, such as motivational interviewing.

  • Problem solving skills

  • Ability to hold firm boundaries and maintain confidentiality

  • Ability to clearly summarize pertinent clinical information via written correspondence and medical record documentation in a timely manner 

Benefit Package:


  • Competitive salary and benefits package

  • Weekly supervision for the first three months of employment 

  • Monthly staff meetings, case conferences and journal club

  • CAMFT membership encouraged and reimbursed

  • State licensure and professional liability insurance (malpractice) covered

  • Educational/discretionary expenses per year; eligible to use after 6 months of employment ($1,000 per year based on 1.0 FTE)

  • Paid holidays (at 1.0 FTE)

  • 4 weeks vacation/sick leave (160 hours per year at 1.0 FTE)


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Position: Case Manager – CalWORKs Program

Bilingual: English and Spanish or English and Cantonese Required

Classification: Non-exempt

Work Schedule: Full-time (40 hours per week, may require evening, night and/or weekends)

Agency Overview: La Casa de las Madres (La Casa) is a nonprofit provider of service for battered women and their children. Founded in 1976, La Casa is San Francisco’s oldest domestic violence program, providing comprehensive supportive services through an Emergency Shelter, 2-24 hour hotlines, non-residential Community Programs, and Community Education and Outreach Programs serving over 20,000 women, teens and children survivors of domestic violence each year.

Position Summary: The Case Manager – CalWORKs Program, under the direct supervision of the Community Programs Manager or her/his designee, will work on-site at the City and County of San Francisco’s Human Services Agency (HSA) office to increase safety for domestic violence survivors applying for or receiving CalWORKs welfare-to work plan services. The Case Manager will also work to increase the capacity of the San Francisco Department of Human Services (DHS) staff to respond to domestic violence, and increase the capacity of other community agencies providing services to CalWORKs clients. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following:

Essential Functions and Responsibilities


  • Provide comprehensive services to current or potential CalWORKs clients including crisis intervention and safety planning, advocacy and employment service as related to supporting domestic violence specific needs in the CalWORKs welfare-to-work plan context;

  • collaborate closely with DHS staff to ensure coordinated care for domestic violence survivors and avoid duplication of services;

  • conduct individual and program consultation to DHS regarding issues related to domestic violence, on a regular and as-needed basis;

  • organize and conduct engagement opportunities to provide general education for clients on domestic violence and related topic, on at least a quarterly basis;

  • conduct presentations to DHS staff and population of clients related to the services that La Casa will provide.

  • maintain an ongoing knowledge of CalWORKs welfare-to-work plan policy and regulations regarding clients currently or previously experiencing domestic violence and identify areas for improvement;

General Responsibilities


  • strictly maintain for safekeeping client files and confidential client communications in compliance with grant and/or contract guidelines;

  • participate in regularly scheduled staff and case management meetings;

  • execute, maintain, and submit program documentation and data, including evaluations and surveys, in accordance with grant requirements.

  • Complete other duties, including service site specific, as identified and assigned.

Minimum Qualifications:


  • BA/BS in Behavioral Sciences and then a minimum 2 years verifiable case management experience in relevant and related field.

  • Or GED/High School diploma or 2 year degree with a minimum 3 years verifiable case management experience in relevant field.

  • Significant experience in domestic violence, housing and homelessness, mental health, substance abuse, and physical illnesses;

  • strong working knowledge of community resources in San Francisco Bay Area;

  • knowledge of counseling techniques, peer counseling models, crisis intervention, social milieu and group facilitation;

  • understanding of confidentiality and privilege laws;

  • ability to work independently and navigating public transportation to and from multi-site collaborative;

  • bilingual: English and Spanish or English and Cantonese required – plus direct experience working with culturally diverse populations.

  • Must be able to fulfill physical requirements of the job (lifting, pulling, pushing, carrying as well as walking up & down stairs multiple times per day, etc.);

  • verifiable completion of state mandated 40 hour domestic violence counselor training or will complete the next scheduled agency 40 hour domestic violence counselor training;

  • clearance through DOJ/FBI Live scan fingerprinting required; La Casa de las Madres will consider applicants, including those with criminal histories, in a manner consistent with San Francisco’s Fair Chance Ordinance;

  • comply with all requirements related to employment at the HSA-Department of Human Services (DHS) office, including but not limited to: completion of DHS minimum orientation requirement (privacy and confidentiality training, new employee orientation, obtain required security IDs, placements, etc.); and

  • valid California Driver’s License, clean driving record and insurable under agency policy.

Required Competencies: To perform the job successfully, an individual should demonstrate the following competencies in executing the essential functions of this position.


  • Problem solving – identify and resolve problems in a timely manner by gathering and analyzing information skillfully.

  • Interpersonal skills – remain open to others’ ideas and exhibit a willingness to try new approaches.

  • Managing Up - Ability to exercise good judgment and manage communications with supervisor and/or agency leadership.

  • Oral communications – speaks clearly and persuasively in positive or negative situations, demonstrates group presentation skills and ability to conduct meetings.

  • Written communications – edits work for spelling and grammar, presents numerical data effectively and is able to read and interpret written information.

  • Planning/organizing – prioritizes and plans work activities, uses time efficiently and develops realistic action plans.

  • Quality control – demonstrates accuracy and thoroughness and monitors own work to ensure quality.

  • Relationship building - Demonstrated ability to build and maintain collaborative relationships with partner agencies while exhibiting a strong commitment to La Casa’s philosophy and values.

  • Adaptability – adapts to changes in the work environment, manages competing demands and is able to deal with frequent change, delays or unexpected events.

  • Dependability – consistently at work and on time, follows instructions, responds to management direction and solicits feedback to improve performance.

  • Safety and security – actively promotes and personally observes safety and security procedures, and uses equipment and materials properly.

Compensation & Other Information: $23.41 to $25.45 per hour- DOE. The Case Manager position is full-time (40 hours per week), that will require some evening & weekend hours.

Benefits: Option between two Kaiser health plans, vision, dental, life insurance, long term disability, employee assistance program, tuition reimbursement, health savings account, employee funded 403(b) retirement plan with employer match option, 12 paid holidays, 2 additional paid days off for employee’s birthday and work anniversary, and generous vacation plan (1.0 FTE tiered: 2.4 weeks in first year- up to 4.8 weeks at 4 years of service).

To Apply:Send resume with cover letter in PDF format to: hr@lacasa.org, or mail your cover letter and resume to: La Casa de las Madres - CM, 1663 Mission Street, Suite 225, San Francisco, CA 94103, Fax: (415)503-0301. 

 

La Casa de las Madres is an Equal Opportunity Employer. EEO policy available upon request.


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Are you looking for a great opportunity to start or continue your career in the non-profit sector and work with people who are caring, compassionate and enthusiastic about their jobs?  

Huckleberry Youth Programs (HYP) is a critical provider of essential safety net services for high-need youth and their families in San Francisco and Marin County. For over 50 years, HYP has developed and maintained prevention programs that promote the health and leadership of youth, and, as a result, divert youth from violence, crime and gang involvement, as well as other harmful behaviors, including running away, drug/alcohol abuse, risky sexual activities, and involvement in the juvenile justice system. The agency employs over 80 staff and operates on a $7.5 million annual budget.  

POSITION SUMMARY: CARC provides community-based intervention to prevent youth from going deeper into the juvenile justice system and to reduce recidivism, with the goal of 1) providing arrested youth with a day-of- arrest community-based intervention, 2) understanding the dynamics of why the youth found him/herself in this situation, and 3) provide short-term case management and implement a long-term plan to ensure the youth’s stability and reduce and prevent recidivism. The primary responsibilities of this on-call position are to ensure that youth brought to CARC receive caring and professional assessment services; provide a thorough assessment; share information with case management staff; and work with parents/guardians. The Assessor must be able to work within the collaborative process and negotiate successfully with multidisciplinary systems.  

 

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:


  1. Conduct assessments of clients to identify short/long term goals

  2. Develop, in conjunction with the CARC team, treatment goals and intervention

  3. Provide clear documentation as to the needs and strengths of the client and family

  4. Work as a team member with the other staff on duty

  5. Assist in ensuring the evening shift runs smoothly

  6. Daily data entry of confidential client information into various program databases

  7. Other duties as assigned  

     

COMPETENCIES:


  1. Must be able to work within a collaborative process and negotiate successfully with multidisciplinary systems.

  2. Work as a team member with the other staff on duty.

  3. Assist in ensuring the evening shift runs smoothly.

  4. Maintain professional standards of performance, demeanor, and appearance at all times.

  5. Perform tasks and responsibilities in a thorough and timely manner in compliance with agency policy and standards, and conforming to scheduling requirements of this job description and program.

  6. Bring a constructive, problem-solving orientation to all tasks.

  7. Actively strive to upgrade skills through engaging in appropriate professional training experiences.

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SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: This position has no supervisory responsibilities.

WORK ENVIRONMENT: This position operates out of the Community Assessment Referral Center. The position includes the use of standard office equipment such as computers, phones, photocopiers, filing cabinets and fax machines. Community Assessment Referral Center is located in San Francisco and is accessible by public transportation.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS: 1. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to talk, hear and sit. The employee is occasionally required to stand, walk and use hands to find, handle or feel objects, tools or controls.

2. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and the ability to adjust focus. 

 REQUIRED EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:


  1. B.A. Social Work or related field OR four years combined of related experience and college preferred (minimum requirement is one year of college working towards degree and one year relevant experience).

  2. Spanish language skills preferred

  3. Effective organizational and communication skills

  4. High degree of computer literacy

  5. Excellent analytical skills; detail oriented

  6. Strong data entry experience


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COMPENSATION $22.00/hour + $1.50/hour bilingual premium+ Full Benefits

PROGRAM Housing Solutions | Oakland, CA

REPORTS TO Housing Stability Coordinator

WORK SCHEDULE Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, 9:00am – 5:30pm; Wednesday, 10:00 am – 6:30pm

STATUS Full-Time

CLASSIFICATION Non-exempt

UNION REPRESENTATION YES – OPEIU, Local 29; initial fee + monthly dues

DRIVING REQUIRED Yes – Valid CADL and satisfactory driving record required

Hamilton Families

Our mission is to end family homelessness in the San Francisco Bay Area. Established in 1985, Hamilton Families is San Francisco's leading service provider to homeless families, with carefully designed programs to prevent homelessness, provide shelter and stability, return families to permanent housing and support the well-being of children experiencing homelessness. We currently operate these programs across four sites in San Francisco and Oakland. For more information, visit www.hamiltonfamilies.org.

Program and Position Overview

The Housing Solutions program assists families to secure permanent housing through housing search assistance, move-in financial assistance, eviction prevention and median-term shallow rent subsidies, and home-based case management.

The Housing Stability Specialist is responsible for providing case management to families during their participation in the rental subsidy program that pulls from service models including Trauma Informed Care, Harm Reduction, Critical Time Intervention and Strength Based Case Management. The Housing Stability Specialist meets at least monthly with each family on their caseload and conducts regular home visits, to support the family to remain stably housed, achieve their income-related goals and connect to resources within the community. The specialist works together with the family to establish short and longer term goals related to housing stability, makes referrals to appropriate services and assists families to apply for affordable housing opportunities. The specialist is responsible for documenting all services provided, ensuring case notes are entered into the client’s electronic record in real-time and collecting monthly program compliance documentation from each family. This position requires a California Driver License and clean driving record.

Primary Duties and Responsibilities

• Provide case management, including home-based case management, to a caseload of 18-20 families. Provide home visits, in-office meetings, housing/tenant counseling, housing connection and community resource referrals for clients. Case management services may include but are not limited to intake, assessment, development and implementation of service plans, referrals to community-based resources, housing and employment advocacy, designing and facilitating client group workshops, advocacy and support for issues relating to mental and physical health and disabilities, domestic violence, substance abuse recovery, family reunification, child welfare advocacy, life skills training, and crisis intervention.

• Assess clients for strengths and barriers, including employment, behavioral health, criminal history, and substance use, and refer households to appropriate levels of housing and rental assistance. Ensure resources are used by eligible households who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.

• Assist families and individuals to establish and meet housing goals and identify appropriate steps towards achieving goals, including modifying goals as needed, and evaluation of progress. Coordinate and collaborate effectively with other service providers as needed to assist clients to reach their goals.

• Maintain precise and accurate documentation of case management services, including client files and entries into client databases.

• Educate clients about budgeting and financial management practices, including support with taxes and local/federal Earned Income Tax Credit, banking and credit repair.

• Coordinate with Real Estate Department to maintain positive relationships with landlords and property management companies serving low income families. Represent and promote Housing Solutions network of housing, rental assistance, and eviction prevention services throughout the community. Represent Hamilton Families in community and collaborative meetings as needed.

• Promote values of self-sufficiency and empowerment throughout work with clients. Aid in the development of resource materials specific to neighborhoods/cities/counties where the families reside.

• Participate in planning and coordination of fun yearly events for families, including a Holiday Party and Back to School Picnic.

• Participate in various program meetings including case conference meetings and housing plan meetings in collaboration with other service providers.

• Maintain client confidentiality and HIPAA requirements; maintain program standard of documentation of case management services; keep accurate records, files, correspondence, and statistics. Prepare reports and presentations as required. Reinforce and follow appropriate boundaries with clients.

• Work occasional evenings and weekends as needed for Housing Solutions programmatic activities.

• Bilingual case management positions require providing all services described above to a caseload of clients who are predominantly monolingual in the language for which the bilingual premium applies; sharing verbal and written program and other information as needed; translating verbal and written materials, community meetings, workshops, events, and other information verbally and/or in writing as needed.

• Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications, Skills and Abilities

• A minimum of 3 years of experience performing case management duties in a health or human services field OR a Bachelor’s degree in social work, psychology, or related field from an accredited college or university and a minimum of one year of experience providing support services to families and/or individuals in a human services setting, including one year experience providing case management. Able and willing to work with diverse staff and clients.

• Experience working with extremely low income families, youth, survivors of domestic violence, populations impacted by substance abuse, mental illness, and HIV/AIDS and other diverse communities; documenting client services in paper files and online databases; and conducting outreach and presentations.

• Familiarity with and commitment to principles and practices of housing first, client-centered care, harm reduction, and safeguarding client confidentiality.

• Knowledge of community resources for families with very low incomes in the Bay Area, and knowledge and experience with housing laws a plus.

• Excellent organizational skills and able to self-motivate; able to work under pressure, address multiple priorities and meet deadlines with a positive attitude and problem-solving approach.

• Excellent written and verbal communication skills; proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, PowerPoint, Outlook, Excel, etc.). Experience using Salesforce.com databases a plus;

• Bilingual positions require verbal and written proficiency in English as well as the second language for which the bilingual premium applies, as demonstrated through agency-administered proficiency testing.

• Essential functions of the position may require use of a telephone, working at a standard computer terminal, and the ability to follow reasonable ergonomic recommendations, sit for long periods, stand, reach, bend, lift, and carry up to 40 pounds, and driving.

• Criminal background check, fingerprint imaging, and tuberculosis (TB) clearance required post-offer.

• Valid CADL and DMV report; able and willing to travel locally as needed required.

Compensation and Benefits

Great benefits: We offer excellent medical, dental, and vision coverage, plus tax-advantaged Flexible Spending Arrangements for Health Care and Dependent Care. Employees also have the chance to earn up to $180 per calendar year for participating in various wellness activities and can participate in partnership discounts with various YMCA locations. Additionally, HF offers tax deductible commuter benefits that can be applied to public transit, parking, bicycle maintenance, and ride sharing services like Uber pool.

Growth and leadership opportunities: The work at HF is designed for individuals to follow their passions and commitment to community. HF takes professional development seriously and offers coaching and training opportunities at every level. We also offer a $1,000 educational stipend to employees each year and offer dozens of internal and external trainings for staff at every level annually.

Time off: HF employees take advantage of generous sick and vacation benefits including 11 paid holidays, 3 weeks of vacation and 2 weeks of sick time per year.

Long term benefits: HF offers an employer-matched 403(b) retirement plan, education reimbursement, and other great long term benefits!

Application Procedure

• Please click the blue “APPLY” button above or below to submit an application.

• Please attach your résumé and a letter of interest (applications without both documents will not be considered).

• No faxes or phone calls.

• Hamilton Families is an Equal Opportunity Employer. 


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Huckleberry Youth Programs (HYP) is a critical provider of essential safety net services for high-needs youth and their families in San Francisco and Marin County. For over 50 years, HYP has developed and maintained prevention programs that promote the health and leadership of youth, and, as a result, divert youth from violence, crime and gang involvement, as well as other harmful behaviors, including running away, drug/alcohol abuse, risky sexual activities, and involvement in the juvenile justice system. The agency employs over 80 staff and operates on a $7.5 million annual budget. 

The Residential Counselor is a member of the Huckleberry House team that offers continuous 24-hour crisis intervention and resolution services and emergency shelter to youth between the ages of 11 and 17. Program goals are to mediate family crises, reunite youth with their families,  and empower youth to identify healthy life choices and develop positive decision-making skills.

In addition to wages set above, there is a $0.96/hr premium for those fluent in Spanish, Cantonese or Mandarin.

HYP also offers excellent benefits:  http://www.huckleberryyouth.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/2019-Benefits-Summary.pdf 

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:


  1. Provision of house coverage includes:


    1. Direct supervision of the youth in the shelter, on outings in community, and during meetings and/or appointments in the community

    2. Conducting Intake assessments with youth, including interviewing parents, guardians, and/or other involved adults

    3. Crisis counseling for drop-in clients and families, housed clients and crisis phone clients

    4. Phone coverage, including answering and responding to incoming crisis, business information and referral calls

    5. Assist with case management: including referrals, collaboration with community partners, collaboration with House therapist and/or interns, research of potential services for clients and families



  2. Supervision of housed clients as follows:


    1. Facilitate in-house groups and recreational activities

    2. Supervise clients in the daily schedule: including chores, educational time, recreational time, and mealtimes

    3. Supervise evening activities: including group time, homework time, mealtime, phone time, free time, and bed time prep  

    4. Supervise clients during morning activities: including wake up, school departure, and meal preparation

    5. Supervise clients on awake overnight shift: including regular bed checks and possible intakes

    6. Follow through with boundary setting and consequences

    7. Conduct “check-ins” with housed clients

    8. Assure that house rules and procedures are maintained at all times

    9. Follow all Community Care Licensing regulations, including those pertaining to medication distribution, meal preparation, and chemical storage



  3. Knowledge of safety and emergency procedures as outlined in agency emergency procedures manual and program manual

  4. Responsible for household maintenance, including;


    1. Maintaining a clean and safe facility: including some light cleaning and organizing of workspaces

    2. During awake overnight shift, complete the overnight checklist to ensure facility is prepared for next day

    3. Coordinating the arrangements for repairs and maintenance as instructed by the Program Director



  5. Participate in daily client and weekly client reviews, weekly staff meetings, and other agency related meetings as directed by the Program Director

  6. Provide emergency coverage, when necessary

  7. Perform other duties related to this position, as directed by the Program Director

COMPETENCIES: 


  1. Maintain professional standards of performance, demeanor and appearance at all times

  2. Perform tasks and responsibilities in a complete and timely manner, complying with agency policies and standards and conforming to scheduling requirements of this job description and program

  3. Maintain a creative, team-building, cooperative approach to job performance and seek to bring a constructive problem-solving orientation to all tasks

  4. Maintain an awareness of the agency’s mission and work to promote the positive individual and social change goals it embodies

  5. Exercise discretion and professional judgment at all times in keeping with the responsibility carried personally and by the agency for the care and welfare of youth and families

  6. Actively strive to upgrade personal skills through engaging in appropriate professional training experiences

 REQUIRED EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:


  1. BA degree in Human/Social Services or related field strongly preferred

  2. Minimum one-year experience in working with adolescents in a residential setting and providing crisis services to youth and their families, strongly preferred

  3. Willingness to work evenings, weekends, and awake overnights, required

  4. Bilingual in Spanish/Cantonese/Mandarin preferred

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ADDITIONAL ELIGIBILITY QUALIFICATIONS:


  1. TB and health clearance

  2. Valid first aid certificate

  3. Valid CA driver’s license & clear DMV record

  4. 2 years driving experience

SECURITY CLEARANCE: Must pass DOJ/FBI background check as required by Community Care Licensing 

WORK ENVIRONMENT: This position works at Huckleberry House. This role routinely includes driving and transporting youth. The position also includes the use of standard office equipment such as computers, phones, photocopiers, filing cabinets and fax machines. Huckleberry House is located in San Francisco and is accessible by public transportation.    

PHYSICAL DEMANDS: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to talk, hear and sit.  The employee is occasionally required to stand, walk, climb stairs and use hands or fingers, handle or feel objects, tools and controls. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds.  Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and the ability to adjust focus.

 


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COMPENSATION $24.50/hour +$1.50 hourly/ bilingual premium + Full Benefits

PROGRAM Housing Services | San Francisco, CA

REPORTS TO Housing Navigation Coordinator

WORK SCHEDULE Monday-Friday, 9:00am – 5:30pm

STATUS Full-Time

CLASSIFICATION Non-exempt

UNION REPRESENTATION YES - OPEIU, Local 29; initial fee + monthly dues

DRIVING REQUIRED Yes – Valid CADL and satisfactory driving record required

Hamilton Families

Our mission is to end family homelessness in the San Francisco Bay Area. Established in 1985, Hamilton Families is San Francisco's leading service provider to homeless families, with carefully designed programs to prevent homelessness, provide shelter and stability, return families to permanent housing and support the well-being of children experiencing homelessness. We currently operate these programs across four sites in San Francisco and Oakland. For more information, visit www.hamiltonfamilies.org.

Program and Position Overview

The Housing Services Program helps prevent families from becoming homeless and helps those experiencing homelessness move as quickly as possible into permanent housing. The program assists families to secure permanent housing through housing search assistance, move-in financial assistance, homelessness prevention, rent subsidies, and home-based case management.

As a Housing Navigation Specialist, you will work with families to help them find and move into market-rate housing. You will be an advocate and matchmaker, supporting families as they find housing that meets their needs. You will collaborate with colleagues to search for potential units with the family, reaching out to landlords and accompanying families to view potential units. In addition, you will: provide coaching for these families about how to be successful in housing search and tenancy; assist families in addressing their housing barriers and; offer referrals to resources such as financial coaching and employment opportunities in their new community. Lastly, you will be responsible for making sure all data about the family and their activities and additional files are accurate, complete and up-to-date in the internal database. This position requires a California Driver License and clean driving record.

Primary Duties and Responsibilities

•Provide housing navigation services to a caseload of approximately 15-20 families.

•Work with participants to assess their housing needs, including housing preferences and any rental barriers they have (e.g., employment, credit history, behavioral health, rental history). Help participants to develop strategies to overcome barriers to housing.

•Build trusting relationships with participants and coach them on housing search processes, including topics such as rental search, housing applications, unit viewings, move-in procedures, utilities set-up, maintaining positive property owner relations, and applying to permanent affordable housing.

•Communicate with participants regularly, in person and over the phone, to support them in their independent housing search, and to alert them to units that Hamilton Families finds that may suit their needs.

•Assist participants in viewing potential units, including offering driving support.

•Coordinate with colleagues on the property owner liaison team to initiate and maintain positive relationships with property owners and property management companies interested in renting to participants in the program.

•Help participants move into housing; work with colleagues to provide funds for move-in costs, support participants to understand and sign the lease agreement, and inspect the unit to ensure it will be safe and comfortable for the family.

•Maintain precise and accurate documentation of case management services, updating participant files and entries into Salesforce database; maintain participant confidentiality and HIPAA requirements.

•Provide weekly updates to referring and/or shelter case managers and participate in case conferencing with other social service providers as needed.

•Bilingual case management positions require providing all services described above to a caseload of participants who are predominantly monolingual in the language for which the bilingual premium applies, in addition to translating and/or interpreting verbal interactions, written materials, community meetings, workshops, events, and other information verbally and/or in writing as needed.

•Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications, Skills and Abilities

• A minimum of 2 years of experience in a relevant profession OR Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university (social work, psychology, or related field preferred)

• Commitment to Hamilton Families’ mission of ending family homelessness in the San Francisco Bay Area. Ideal candidates are familiar and committed to the principles and practices of housing first, participant-centered care, harm reduction, and participant confidentiality.

•Strong work ethic and ability to work independently. Ideal candidates are self-motivated, organized, clear communicators who are comfortable following program policies and processes and delivering high quality outcomes within urgent timeframes.

•Flexible and creative; open to creating and joining a culture of feedback and learning; ability to meet multiple deadlines and priorities with a positive attitude and problem-solving approach.

•Detail-oriented and demonstrated experience keeping thorough notes and records

•Excited about working on diverse teams and collaborating with colleagues and participants from many different backgrounds.

•Knowledge of community resources for families with very low incomes in the Bay Area and/or housing law a plus.

•Excellent written and verbal communication skills; proficiency in Microsoft Office (Word, PowerPoint, Outlook, Excel, etc.).

•Bilingual positions require verbal and written proficiency for which the bilingual premium applies, as demonstrated through agency-administered proficiency testing.

•Essential functions of the position may require use of a telephone, working at a standard computer terminal, and the ability to follow reasonable ergonomic recommendations, sit for long periods, stand, reach, bend, lift, and carry up to 40 pounds, and driving.

•Criminal background check, fingerprint imaging, and tuberculosis (TB) clearance required post-offer.

• Valid CADL and DMV report; able and willing to travel up to 50% of the time as required – personal form of transportation is not required.

Compensation and Benefits

Great benefits: Hamilton Families (HF) offers excellent medical, dental, and vision coverage, plus tax-advantaged Flexible Spending Arrangements for Health Care and Dependent Care. Employees also have the chance to earn up to $180 per calendar year for participating in various wellness activities and can participate in partnership discounts with various YMCA and 24-Hour Fitness locations. Additionally, HF offers tax-deductible commuter benefits that can be applied to public transit, parking, and ride sharing services like Lyft Line and Uber pool. 

Growth and leadership opportunities: The work at HF is designed for individuals to follow their passions and commitment to community. HF takes professional development seriously and offers coaching and training opportunities at every level. A role with the Stability team is great for an individual who is interested in exploring community based nonprofit work, social work, or mental health disciplines. We also offer a $1,000 tuition reimbursement to employees each year (after 12 months of employment) and offer dozens of internal and external trainings for staff at every level annually.

Time off: HF employees enjoy generous benefits including 11 paid holidays, 3 weeks of vacation and 2 weeks of sick time per year

Long-term benefits: HF offers an employer-matched 403(b) retirement plan, tuition reimbursement, and other great long-term benefits! 

Application Procedure

• To apply, please click the blue "APPLY" button above or below.

• Please attach your resume and a brief letter of interest.

• No faxes or phone calls.

• Hamilton Families is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance., we will consider for employment qualified applicants who arrest and conviction records.


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Catholic Charities SF, the not-for-profit service arm of the Archdiocese of San Francisco, is one of the Bay Area's largest human services organizations. Catholic Charities SF provides programs and services for 70,000 people in need within the three county regions of San Francisco, Marin and San Mateo Counties. Catholic Charities SF's programs include a full spectrum of services for families and youth, single parents, aging adults, persons living with HIV, refugees and immigrants, homeless and those at risk of being homeless, individuals with physical disabilities, and incarcerated adults and youth. In conjunction with Mercy/Charities Housing Inc., Catholic Charities SF is also a recognized leader in a not-for-profit housing development.

Pay Range

$25.00-$25.38

ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES


  • Provide home-based medical and psycho-social case management (assessment, counseling, crisis intervention, advocacy, care coordination and referrals) for homeless women living with disabling HIV disease and their children. Support housing needs and medication management needs.

  • Develop comprehensive Individualized Service Plans. Document all assessments and interventions as they occur. Maintain electronic databases, including CODI.

  • Provide assessment, counseling and referral for the completion of legal documents such as joint guardianship agreements, Durable power of Attorney, and wills.

  • Participate in the development and maintenance of continuous quality improvement systems.

  • Assist in the development and implementation of program activities, workshops, support groups, and presentations for program participants.

  • Participate in the development, planning, and implementation of the family activities program consistent with family abilities and preferences including direct supervision of the activities program.

  • Participate in case conferences, staff meetings, in-service and other trainings as well as meetings of the greater agency.

  • Provide direct supervision of volunteers in the activity program.

  • Complete client and program documentation as required.

  • Other duties as assigned- facility/auto maintenance support.

  • Serve as liaison with collaborative partners including local hospitals, agencies, and therapeutic programs to coordinate care.

  • Develop and implement outreach within the HIV services community to track and re-stabilize lost to care patients in their medical home.

  • Link lost to care patients to case management and support services.

  • Collaborate with medical providers and collaborators to insure lost to care patients are referred for PN services.

  • Generate a Patient Navigator Tracking System to document services.

  • Utilization of clinical training and skills to maintain boundaries and provide effective patient navigation and medical case management.

Nothing in this job description restricts management's right to assign or reassign duties and responsibilities to this job at any time.

QUALIFICATIONS

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Education & Experience


  • Bachelor's Degree (preferred) in Social Work, Psychology or related field with 4 years directly related experience. Sensitivity to and knowledge of HIV/AIDS, women and family issues, child development, substance abuse, domestic violence, and mental health issues.

  • Minimum 2 years of experience working with homeless women.

  • Substantial knowledge of local HIV services and the child welfare system.

Knowledge, Skills & Abilities


  • Ability to speak and write in Spanish is required.

  • Ability and experience in supervising volunteers and interns.

  • Commitment to the Mission of Catholic Charities.

  • Knowledge and training in counseling, substance abuse, multiple diagnoses and health.

  • Reliable, self-motivated and independent work ethic.

  • Advanced degree with clinical skills and training.

  • Functional knowledge of Microsoft Office Products, networking concepts and computer related skills.

  • Knowledge of mandatory reporting requirements for people working with children, including laws and procedures related to child abuse matters.

  • Ability to drive a van, valid driver's license and clean DMV record required.

  • Able to listen actively and communicate effectively with individuals and groups.

  • Organizational work skills, follow through independently and be sensitive to client population.

  • Ability to be achievement oriented and maintain teamwork and cooperation with staff and care providers.

  • Demonstrated ability to successfully work in a team environment with collaborative skills.

  • Energetic ability to set and meet goals, deadlines and overall performance expectations.

  • Demonstrates the necessary attitudes, knowledge and skills to deliver culturally competent services and work effectively in cross-cultural situations.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.


  • Frequent bending, standing, stooping, kneeling, reaching, twisting, and walking.

  • Frequent lifting, pushing, and pulling.

  • Intermittent repetitive motions: Making substantial movements (motions) of the wrists, hands, and/or fingers.

  • Light work: Exerting up to 20 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 10 pounds of force frequently, and/or a negligible amount of force constantly to move objects.

  • The worker is required to have visual acuity to operate motor vehicles or heavy equipment.

  • Driving is required for this position.

If driving a car is required for the position, incumbent must have a valid California driver's license and be able to provide proof of DMV record and personal insurance (if required.)

WORK ENVIRONMENT

The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.


  • Contact with clients who may have behavioral and psychiatric problems. Behaviors may include shouting, use of profanity, inappropriate behavioral choices.

  • Noise level in work environment is usually moderate and consistent with a normal office setting.

  • Occasionally exposed to perfume or scents in personal care products used by clients.

DISCLAIMER: The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this classification. They are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. All personnel may be required to perform duties outside of their normal responsibilities from time to time, as needed.

CATHOLIC CHARITIES IS AN EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER and is committed to providing equal employment without regard to race, color, creed, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, legal domicile status, veteran status, disability or AIDS/HIV status or any other characteristic protected under federal or state law.

Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records.

Department or Program: Rita Da Cascia Community

This is a full time position

Union status: Union

Fingerprinting clearance: Required

TB Screening: Required

First Aid Certificate: Standard First Aid required


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SFHAC/BayHAC Research & Advocacy Internship

About:

The San Francisco Housing Action Coalition (SFHAC) is a member-supported non-profit organization advocating for building new, well-designed, well-located housing at all levels of affordability. Since 1999 we have created a strong alliance of home builders, architects, trade unions, community groups, and corporate partners to support the mission of ending our regional housing shortage.

We are looking for collaborative self-starters to work with staff in support of the SFHAC/BayHAC mission. As a political advocacy organization, interns will have exposure to the fast-paced atmosphere surrounding housing at the local, regional, and state level. Responsibilities will vary day-to-day, but interns can expect to work on a variety of tasks involved in every aspect of the organization, including, but not limited to:

Drafting scorecards and letters of support for endorsed housing projects across San Francisco and the Bay Area;

Attending meetings with staff to gain exposure to the development and legislative processes;

Researching current housing legislation and drafting letters of support;

Assisting in planning of fundraising events;

Providing additional support to the Communications Director, Deputy Director, and Executive Director

Minimum Qualifications:

Strong written and verbal communication skills

Ability to work collaboratively

Ability to manage multiple tasks with a strong eye for detail

Experience with Microsoft Office and the Google Suite is preferred

Experience using Adobe products and design software is preferred

Internship Dates / Deadlines:

Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis. Standard internship terms are below. Applications for non-standard terms will need to include an alternative terms as a note.

Summer: June through August/September

Fall: September through December

Spring: January through May

Application Requirements:

Resume outlining past experience and skills

Cover Letter explaining how you connect with SFHAC’s mission statement

Estimated availability during the internship period (hours/week)

Location: San Francisco, Bay Area

SFHAC is deeply committed to diversity. We strongly encourage people of color, first-generation

Americans, new parents, single parents, people with disabilities, and members of the queer community to apply.

SFHAC is an equal opportunity employer. This means that we don't discriminate against people because of their race, ethnicity, sex, age, religion, national origin, marital status, pregnancy, personal appearance, veteran status, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, family responsibilities, or political affiliation

Job Type: Internship

Work Location:

One location

Benefits:

Flexible schedule

Professional development assistance

This Company Describes Its Culture as:

Detail-oriented -- quality and precision-focused

Outcome-oriented -- results-focused with strong performance culture

Team-oriented -- cooperative and collaborative

Schedule:

Monday to Friday


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Catholic Charities SF, the not-for-profit service arm of the Archdiocese of San Francisco, is one of the Bay Area's largest human services organizations. Catholic Charities SF provides programs and services for 70,000 people in need within the three county regions of San Francisco, Marin and San Mateo Counties. Catholic Charities SF's programs include a full spectrum of services for families and youth, single parents, aging adults, persons living with HIV, refugees and immigrants, homeless and those at risk of being homeless, individuals with physical disabilities, and incarcerated adults and youth. In conjunction with Mercy/Charities Housing Inc., Catholic Charities SF is also a recognized leader in a not-for-profit housing development.

Pay Range

$23.00 hourly

ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES


  • Provide intensive case management services to families enrolled in the SF HOME Program that includes a minimum of two in-person contacts per month; one being a home-based contact

  • Provide ongoing support services by developing and monitoring an individualized case plan for each family with appropriate goals, objectives, and timelines

  • Act as a positive support liaison between landlords and program participants to ensure housing stability

  • Maintain continuity of services by coordinating new and existing outside service providers

  • Assist families to access appropriate resources and take appropriate actions relative to vocational training, job development/placement, housing maintenance, income improvement and childcare

  • Maintain an open relationship with relevant family service providers involved with aftercare families

  • Participate in related program, organization and community meetings as assigned

  • Maintain proper client and program documentation. Computer data entry as needed

  • Work in collaboration with other team members and Program Director in the design and implementation of program operations and policies

Nothing in this job description restricts management's right to assign or reassign duties and responsibilities to this job at any time.

QUALIFICATIONS

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Education & Experience

• Master’s Degree and 2 years experience or Bachelor’s Degree and four years related experience preferred

• Previous experience locating and maintaining affordable family housing

• Experience working with families in crisis

Knowledge, Skills & Abilities

• Strong coordination skills

• Knowledge of community resources for families transitioning from homelessness

• Strong knowledge of substance abuse and mental health issues and treatment models

• Ability to assess emergency situations and react accordingly by accessing appropriate medical/social systems

• Functional knowledge of Microsoft Office Products

• Ability to speak Spanish or Cantonese a plus

• Knowledge of mandatory reporting requirements for people working with children

• Knowledge of issues facing homeless families

• Must be able to read and write English

• Access to a reliable vehicle to be used for home visits preferred (mileage paid by the agency)

• Good written and verbal communication skills

• Ability to prioritize tasks with strong organizational skill

• Ability to design systems and processes to track data and monitor progress

• Achievement-oriented

• Teamwork and cooperation

• Client-centered

• Organizational awareness

• Demonstrates the necessary attitudes, knowledge, and skills to deliver culturally competent services and work effectively in cross-cultural situations

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions:


  • Intermittent bending, standing, stooping, kneeling, reaching, twisting, and walking

  • Intermittent lifting, pushing, and pulling

  • Frequent repetitive motions: Making substantial movements (motions) of the wrists, hands, and/or fingers

  • Medium work: Exerting up to 50 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 20 pounds of force frequently, and/or up to 10 pounds of force constantly to move objects

  • The worker is required to have close visual acuity to perform an activity such as: preparing and analyzing data and figures, transcribing, viewing a computer terminal and extensive reading

  • Driving is required for this position

If driving a car is required for the position, incumbent must have a valid California driver's license and be able to provide proof of DMV record and personal insurance (if required).

WORK ENVIRONMENT

The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions:


  • Noise level is moderate

  • The work environment will include children ages 3 months to 5 years

  • The worker is subject to outside environmental conditions

DISCLAIMER: The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this classification. They are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. All personnel may be required to perform duties outside of their normal responsibilities from time to time, as needed.

CATHOLIC CHARITIES IS AN EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER and is committed to providing equal employment without regard to race, color, creed, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, legal domicile status, veteran status, disability or AIDS/HIV status or any other characteristic protected under federal or state law.

Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records.

Department or Program: SF HOME

This is a management position

This is a full time position

Union status: Union

Fingerprinting clearance: Required

TB Screening: Required

First Aid Certificate: Standard First Aid required


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International company is looking for people to work in San Jose, Sacramento, and San Francisco Bay area.

 

1) Experience Health care Interpreters fully bilingual.

2) Some experience Health care Interpreters fully bilingual.

3) No-experienced fully bilingual people - we train.

 

We are a large interpreting company (in business since 1972).

 

The requirements are that you are bilingual in English and one of the following languages:

Albanian, Amharic, American Sign Language (ASL), Arabic, Bosnian, Bulgarian, Burmese, Cambodian, Cantonese, Croatian, Creole, Dari, Farsi, German, Gujarati, Hindi, Hmong, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Laotian, Mam, Mandarin, Mien, Mongolian, Nepali, Pashto, Polish, Portuguese, Punjabi, Romanian, Russian, Serbian, Samoan, Spanish, Tagalog, Tigrinya, Thai, Tongan, Turkish, Urdu & Vietnamese.

 

You must pass our Language Proficiency Test both written and oral. You must be able to read and write in the languages you have indicated you speak.

 

Please email us your resume for consideration. We have full-time, part-time and on-call.

 

For your resume to be reviewed, you must indicate on the subject line of the email, the language(s) and dialect(s) you speak and the city where you live.

 

You MUST have a car and a valid driver's license.

 

Access our website www.ie-center.org, and click on "careers" at top of the page. You will see our location and access information about our company.


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COMPENSATION $56,000 - $57,200 year + Full Benefits

PROGRAM Hamilton Shelter Program | 260 Golden Gate Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94102

REPORTS TO Shelter Manager

WORK SCHEDULE Thursday- Friday, 1:00 pm – 9:30 pm; Saturday, 9 am – 5:30 pm; AND Sunday- Monday, 3:30 pm to 12:00 am

STATUS Full-Time- Temporary

CLASSIFICATION Exempt

Hamilton Families

Our mission is to end family homelessness in the San Francisco Bay Area. Established in 1985, Hamilton Families is San Francisco's leading service provider to homeless families, with carefully designed programs to prevent homelessness, provide shelter and stability, return families to permanent housing and support the well-being of children experiencing homelessness. We currently operate these programs across four sites in San Francisco and Oakland. For more information, visit www.hamiltonfamilies.org.

Program and Position Overview

Hamilton Families Shelter Program in the Tenderloin provides a safe place to sleep, three meals a day and critical social services to 50 families a night (about 150 individuals) for up to six months. The program provides emergency beds for families in immediate crisis and private rooms for families on the city’s shelter waitlist. Participants receive comprehensive support services that include case management with referrals and linkages to community services and benefits, employment and life skills training, access to basic health services, children’s services, three meals a day, and innovative and direct assistance in securing permanent housing.

Reporting to the Shelter Manager, Shift Coordinators work in collaboration and are responsible for the successful management and operation of residential services at the shelter. Shift Coordinator is a management-level position that is responsible for supervising union-represented employees. Together, the Shift Coordinators supervise a staff of 12-14 Residential Counselors who provide 24/7 staffing at the shelter. The schedule for this position may require day, afternoon-evening, and/or overnight shifts depending on the needs of the program, and requires shared afterhours availability for on-call consultation and occasional staffing. The schedule is agreed upon in advance with the Program Director.

Primary Duties and Responsibilities

• Coordinate crisis intervention and emergency responses for residential staff. Attain familiarity and proficiency in all duties and responsibilities related to the residential department.

• Supervise residential staff in a manner consistent with applicable law and organizational policies and procedures.

• Schedule regular and on-call residential staff to ensure coverage for overnight shifts. Coordinate with other residential supervisors to ensure that all shifts have adequate staff coverage 24 hours per day, 7 days per week.

• Provide facility or shift coverage on an emergency basis; if unable to arrange alternate coverage, the Shift Coordinator fills the shift personally.

• Orient, train, coach, motivate, and evaluate designated staff in accordance with the agency’s Collective Bargaining Agreement as well as organizational policies, procedures and programs.

• Conduct performance appraisals, support staff development, and ensure discipline and corrective action as appropriate.

• Ensure that adequate health and safety standards for the shelter and kitchen are maintained at all times. This includes compliance with all Department of Public Health, Shelter Monitoring Committee, and San Francisco Fire Department regulations.

• Coordinate and directly assist with the daily functions of residential staff to assist with light maintenance and upkeep of the facility.

• Coordinate with Family Services Manager to ensure all vacant rooms are cleaned and any maintenance issue is addressed in a timely manner as requested by the Family Services Manager or Program Director.

• Ensure that staff are implementing the City’s Shelter Grievance Process in addressing concerns with participants and process all grievance documents and data.

• Coordinate with Family Services Manager to ensure all resident information and data is up to date and available to the residential department, including but not limited to rosters, and reasonable accommodations.

• Coordinate with Operations Manager to order supplies for the shelter.

• Attend regular staff meetings and share facilitation duties.

• Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications, Skills and Abilities

• Able to maintain a flexible work schedule and to work evening, weekend, and overnight shifts as needed. The position requires on call duties and responsibilities consistent with a shelter environment operating 24/7.

• Able to maintain a quality work place in a diverse, fast paced, and changing environment.

• Able to work independently, as necessary.

• At least two years of proven experience supervising paid staff.

• Experience working with one or more of the following: mental health related issues, substance abuse, domestic violence, and HIV/AIDS related issues.

• Working knowledge of the principles of federal, state and local employment laws and regulations.

• Excellent written and verbal communication skills.

• Proficient in Microsoft Office applications including Word, Excel, and Outlook, etc.

• Two years of experience managing a 24/7 human services program (e.g. homeless shelter, domestic violence shelter, or residential treatment program) preferred.

• B.A. in social welfare, counseling, hospitality, or related field strongly preferred.

• Experience supervising union-represented employees preferred.

• CPR and First Aid certification required within first six months of hire.

• Essential job functions include using a telephone, working at a standard computer terminal; ability to follow reasonable ergonomic accommodations; sit and stand for long intervals; reach, bend, lift, and carry up to 40 pounds depending on position; and walk up and down stairs several times a day.

• Criminal background check, fingerprint imaging, TB (Tuberculosis) clearance, and documentation required post offer.

Compensation and Benefits

Great benefits: Hamilton Families (HF) offers excellent medical, dental, and vision coverage, plus tax-advantaged Flexible Spending Arrangements for Health Care and Dependent Care. Employees also have the chance to earn up to $180 per calendar year for participating in various wellness activities and can participate in partnership discounts with various YMCA and 24-Hour Fitness locations. Additionally, HF offers tax-deductible commuter benefits that can be applied to public transit, parking, and ride sharing services like Lyft Line and Uber pool.

Growth and leadership oppourtunities: The work at HF is designed for individuals to follow their passions and commitment to community. HF takes professional development seriously and offers coaching and training opportunities at every level. We also offer a $1,000 tuition reimbursement to employees each year (after 12 months of employment) and offer dozens of internal and external trainings for staff at every level annually.

Time off: HF employees enjoy generous benefits including 11 paid holidays, 3 weeks of vacation and 2 weeks of sick time per year.

Long-term Benefits: HF offers an employer-matched 403(b) retirement plan, tuition reimbursement, and other great long-term benefits!

Application Procedure

• Apply via Hamilton Families’ ADP Applicant Portal (please attach your résumé and a letter of interest)

• No faxes or phone calls.

• Hamilton Families is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records.


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JOB SUMMARY

Reporting to Associate Director of Development, Major Gifts and Special Projects, the Individual Giving Associate is a key member of the frontline fundraising team and is responsible for managing relationships with a blended portfolio of individuals supporting the Baton Level annually and prospects that are capable of making significant gifts to further the mission of the San Francisco Symphony. This includes identification, qualification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship of donors and crafting personalized giving strategies, proposals, and/or planned gift illustrations as appropriate. The position plays an integral role in meeting increasingly ambitious annual fundraising goals for the Development team. S/he will collaborate with both the Associate Director of Development, Major Gifts and Special Projects and the frontline fundraising team to develop annual and multi-year goals and cultivation/solicitation strategies for each prospect in the portfolio.

RESPONSIBILITIES

Manages relationships with a portfolio of assigned prospects and participates in all aspects of the gift cycle, from identification through to solicitation, with support from Associate Director of Development, Major Gifts and Special Projects.

Works collaboratively and strategically with other Development staff and key volunteers, as appropriate, to coordinate strategic and purposeful cultivation and solicitation activities.

Works with the Associate Director of Development, Major Gifts and Special Projects and Major Giving team on pipeline growth of prospects within the annual giving program.

Manages fundraising Special Project support for fundraising team, including SoundBox benefit fulfillment, with support from Associate Director of Development, Major Gifts and Special Projects.

Endeavors to be well informed of the Symphony’s strategic priorities and gift opportunities in order to best align them with the interests of those donors and prospective donors who have the capacity and inclination to support them.

Ensures that his/her prospect portfolio is routinely updated with regard to contact reports, moves management, and documentation of other key milestones in the donor’s relationship with the Symphony.

Maintains a high level of collaboration with the stewardship and events team on cultivation of prospects within his/her portfolio.

Regularly attends Symphony concerts, special events, and other programs to develop robust relationships with donors and prospective donors, partners, volunteers, and patrons.

Authors and/or edits funding proposals, consistent with Symphony protocols, to facilitate effective gift solicitations.

Promotes the Symphony’s fundraising priorities through developing excellent relationships with key volunteers and Symphony staff.

Attends and/or provides staffing of meetings of volunteer committees as requested.

Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications

QUALIFICATIONS

Bachelor’s degree preferred.

1-2 years experience in nonprofit fundraising preferred.

Exceptional verbal and written communications skills, engaging interpersonal skills, high energy, personal initiative and a sense of humor.

Intellectual curiosity, inquisitive nature, and excellent listening and problem-solving skills.

Demonstrated proficiency in Windows operating systems, Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.)

Experience with CRM preferred.

Interest in and/or appreciation for classical music and music education preferred.

Please submit your resume and a cover letter when applying for the position.

ORGANIZATIONAL PROFILE

The San Francisco Symphony is widely considered to be among the most artistically adventurous and innovative arts institutions in the U.S. Under the artistic direction of Michael Tilson Thomas since 1995, the Orchestra is a leading presence among American orchestras at home and around the world, celebrated for its artistic excellence, creative performance concepts, active touring, award-winning recordings, and standard-setting education programs. In December 2018, the San Francisco Symphony announced Esa-Pekka Salonen as its Music Director Designate along with a group of eight Collaborative Partners from a variety of cultural realms who collectively form a new artistic leadership model. Salonen will begin his appointment as the SFS’s 12th Music Director in September 2020, at which time Michael Tilson Thomas will become the Orchestra’s first Music Director Laureate, following his remarkable 25-year tenure as Music Director.

The San Francisco Symphony presents more than 220 concerts and presentations annually for an audience of nearly 450,000 in its home of Davies Symphony Hall and through its active national and international touring. A cornerstone of the organization’s mission, the San Francisco Symphony’s education programs are the most extensive offered by any American orchestra today, providing free comprehensive music education to every first- through fifth-grade student in the San Francisco public schools, and serving more than 75,000 children, students, educators, and families annually. The SFS has won such recording awards as France’s Grand Prix du Disque and Britain’s Gramophone Award, as well as 15 Grammy Awards. In 2004, the SFS launched the multimedia Keeping Score on PBS-TV and the web. In 2014, the SFS inaugurated SoundBox, a new experimental performance venue and music series located backstage at Davies Symphony Hall. SFS radio broadcasts, the first in the nation to feature symphonic music when they began in 1926, today carry the Orchestra’s concerts across the country.

Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, the San Francisco Symphony will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records.

The San Francisco Symphony is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


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 If you enjoy meeting new people, providing exceptional service and are looking for a rewarding career that helps kids realize their potential, Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Bay Area may be the right place for you! Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Bay Area is a dynamic mentoring agency that provides Bay Area youth with professionally supported one-to-one mentoring relationships. We are seeking a full-time Enrollment and Match Specialist to support participants interested in joining our program. This position has the primary responsibility of interviewing adult volunteer mentors and families, and then arranging the best possible match among mentors and children, ensuring child safety and helping to promote a long-term and impactful match relationship. If you want to work alongside a great group of co-workers in a professional, yet relaxed, agency environment, then please keep reading!

The primary function of this position is to ensure that volunteers and children are appropriately enrolled and matched while executing a high degree of independent judgment when utilizing BBBS standards and practices. A high-level customer service, focusing on volunteer options and child safety, is to be demonstrated throughout the volunteer and child enrollment and matching process. 

 Duties and Responsibilities:


  • Manage a pipeline of applicants to the program, both adult volunteers and families, in alignment with the service delivery goals of the agency and specific monthly program goals including time and quantity deadlines.

  • Schedule and conduct volunteer enrollments, including individual orientations, interviews, and completion of any other enrollment requirements; meet specific zone or zip code goals along with occasionally providing support for overall EMSdepartment and Workplace/Site Based enrollment and match.

  • Conduct client enrollments including parent/child interviews, child safety education, and enrollment processes. Assess and refer families for alternative or additional services as needed.

  • Ensure a high level of proficiency and skill in applying child safety and risk management knowledge, policies and procedures throughout all aspects of job function. Identify child safety issues for volunteers, children and their families.

  • Provide comprehensive assessments and match support recommendations for volunteer and child participation in the program based upon assessments of each individual volunteer. Participate in continuous and thorough communication with colleagues to meet team goals.

  • Co-facilitates new and prospective mentor training; participate in monthly informational sessions and support Program with recruitment and processing of potential volunteers and families

  • Requires communication with native speakers of Spanish

Minimum Qualifications:


  • Bachelor’s Degree in Social Sciences (or related field) required

  • Assessment and relationship development experience with child and adult populations, including an understanding of child development and family dynamics; specific assessment, intake or interview experience preferred.

  • Previous experience with child and/or adult relationship dynamics; professional familiarity with child development issues; family function/dysfunction; and interpersonal communication a plus

  • The candidate selected for this position must pass a background check

Required Skills and Abilities:


  • Requires communication with native speakers of Spanish

  • Proficiency in technical areas such as Microsoft Office

  • Accurate data-entry skills

  • Excellent oral communication skills reflecting solid customer service both in-person and via the telephone

  • High-level relationship development comprehension

  • Ability to relate well in cross-cultural environments

  • Ability to use time effectively, focus on details, adapt to shifting priorities, and position and promote opportunities

  • Ability to maintain confidentiality throughout daily operations

  • Ability to effectively collaborate with other staff and community partners

  • Able to use time effectively and work independently

  • Comfortable with high-performance standards

This is a permanent, full-time position with a starting salary of $41,200, a great benefits package including health, vision and dental, a 403b plan, FSA plan, flexible daytime hours, and occasional evening and weekend hours. This position is based in our San Francisco office, and will require travel within the related service area and may require occasional travel within our 9 county region. Due to the high volume of responses anticipated, we will only respond to candidates who are under consideration. No phone calls, please. BBBS of the Bay Area is an equal opportunity employer.

 


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FULL TIME and EXEMPT

Reports to: Director of Programs

Schedule of Hours: Primarily Mon-Fri 9am-5pm with at least one evening 2pm-10pm/wk, and occasional weekend and on-call coverage

Position Remote Eligible: YES, up to 1 day/wk.; after one year of employment

ABOUT THE ORGANIZATION

Community Overcoming Relationship Abuse (CORA), is the only agency in San Mateo County providing crisis intervention and supportive services to survivors of domestic violence and their children, seeks an Emergency Shelter Manager to provide leadership and operational support to a dynamic team of advocates providing trauma-informed, client-centered, crisis intervention services to survivors and families impacted by domestic violence.

 

POSITION SUMMARY

The Emergency Shelter Manager is responsible for the day-to-day operations and general oversight of CORA’s comprehensive emergency shelter services at two confidential safe house sites in San Mateo County. The Emergency Shelter Manager will provide ongoing support to ensure the consistent development and daily operation of CORA shelter services and assist in the creation and implementation of new innovative programs and services to meet the ongoing and emerging needs of individuals and families fleeing from domestic violence. The 24-hr/day, year round program requires general oversight of property management in collaboration with facilities; direct supervision of shelter staff; and overall management and coordination of program services in accordance with contracts and internal and external collaboration.

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES

Supervision/Management:

• Assume overall responsibility for day-to-day operations and service delivery at multiple confidentially located shelter sites.

• Implement programs and services 24 hours a day year round through effective management of agency staff and resources.

• Effectively manage the hotline functions 5pm-10pm in collaboration with crisis support services to ensure quality service delivery.

• Provide leadership, supervision, and direct support to the shelter program team.

• Develop, implement, and oversee training of staff protocols and ensure policy and procedures are culturally and linguistically appropriate and align with trauma-informed practices and client-centered agency goals and values.

• Ensure services are offered using housing-first evidence based practices.

• Ongoing communication and collaboration with management team and department leads to ensure effective interdepartmental workflow strategies.

• Collaborate with the Volunteer Coordinator and implement volunteer recruitment and retention strategies.

• Recruit, train, supervise, and evaluate staff/volunteers to ensure the success, sustainability, resourcefulness, and ongoing development of crisis intervention methods and program services.

• Complete annual staff evaluations, design performance plans, assess staff needs, and schedule trainings accordingly.

• Evaluate and enhance the referral, screening, intake process between programs and optimize referral relationships with partner agencies.

Administrative/Quality Assurance:

• Responsible for program evaluation and upkeep of records and database functionality to support program.

• Maintain, update, and establish documentation requirements in compliance with funding objectives and contract deliverables.

• Monitor filing, database systems, and perform quarterly audits and validity checks.

• Oversee collection of accurate program statistics, ensure timely submission of grant, and board reports.

• Coordinate trainings, schedules, caseloads, time off, 24-hour rotation for emergencies.

• Consistently review and update training materials and department protocols that align with strategic planning, program development, and evaluation.

• Research best practices for shelter services and integrate high quality strategies.

• Design and implement program work plans in alignment with agency strategic planning in collaboration with the director.

• Support efforts to evaluate client satisfaction and program effectiveness.

• Monitor budget, program expenses and reconcile discrepancies in collaboration with director and finance department.

Operational/Coordination:

• Ensure implementation of daily operating procedures, safety protocols, and administrative functions for program activities.

• Serve as on-call supervisor for assistance after-hours and on weekends; participate in manager on duty (MOD) rotation as scheduled.

• Respond to calls related to emergencies and requests for immediate consultation from shelter staff, which may include facility-related emergencies that affect clients.

• Monitor occupancy/bed utilization to ensure maximization of funding and program deliverables are met.

• Communicate effectively with facilities team regarding property maintenance needs.

• Monitor, review, and authorize program supply orders for the safe house locations.

• Develop and implement guidelines to promote the safety and security of the site.

• Ensure effective working relationships with local shelters and other partner agencies.

• Assist with the coordination and training of supervisors providing MOD rotational after-hours emergency consultation and staff support and update training materials and protocol.

• Provide leadership as appropriate to contribute to the operation and growth of the agency in collaboration with management team.

• Assist in representing the agency/shelter to funders, visitors, donors, council as needed.

• Attend supervision, departmental, leadership, and agency staff meetings and participate in training as assigned.

• Other duties as assigned by supervisor.

KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS REQUIRED

• BA degree in social work, psychology, counseling, or related field; AND a minimum of 2 years experience working with underserved, high-risk populations. MA preferred.

• 2 years of supervisory and management experience required.

• 40-hour Domestic Violence Certification required. Candidates who have not completed the training will be required to do so.

• Bilingual English/Spanish preferred.

• Experience providing trauma-informed crisis intervention services to individuals and families impacted by domestic violence.

• Must be available to work a flexible schedule, which may include day/evening hours Monday through Friday, and some weekends and holidays.

• Ability to provide culturally responsive services and work with a diverse staff and clientele in an empathetic and non-judgmental manner.

• Must demonstrate acceptable level of maturity, emotional stability, and sound judgment to provide effective services to diverse populations.

• Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, oral and written, including ability to listen, clearly articulate needs, compose documents, and speak publicly as a representative of CORA.

• Proficient in technology—familiarity with Outlook, database management and evaluation, and other information technology systems.

• Experience with training, coaching, and effective performance management strategies.

• Commitment to creating and maintaining a work environment reflecting the agency’s mission and philosophy.

• Familiarity with community-based services in San Mateo County and knowledge of Bay Area resources.

• Valid CA driver’s license, access to reliable transportation, and insurance required.

• Background check, including fingerprinting clearance from the Department of Justice; Demonstrate eligibility to work in the United States.

WORK ENVIRONMENT/PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS

• Willingness to travel to multiple sites within San Mateo County.

• Ability to lift up to 25lbs.

MANDATED REPORTER STATUS

This position is not subject to mandated reporting under California’s Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act (CANRA). Such a report, including sharing information with another employee who is a mandated reporter position without following "release of confidential information" policies is a breach of confidentiality is a violation of state and federal law and can result in disciplinary action, up to and including termination of employment.

 

CORA History and Overview

CORA has provided services to survivors of intimate partner abuse for over 40 years. Our programs include Crisis Intervention Services, including a 24-hour hotline, collaboration with law enforcement, emergency shelter options, and supportive counseling. Family Support Services provides mental health therapy, supportive/transitional housing, and a children’s program. CORA has robust legal services for survivors of domestic violence and provides educational workshops about the dynamics of domestic violence and healthy relationship skills.

CORA is strengths-based, collaborative, accessible, and client-centered. CORA believes that everyone deserves to be treated with respect in their intimate relationships. We provide safety, support and healing to individuals who experience abuse in an intimate relationship and educate the community to break the cycle of domestic violence. Regardless of a survivor’s race, class, gender, sexual orientation, or culture, we save lives and provide an opportunity to begin again.

CORA inspires work of the highest caliber by fostering staff engagement through transparency and inclusion in agency decisions wherever possible. We strive to ensure our policies and communications reflect an appreciation of the impact of social inequities, historical and current, and actively promote healthy relationships amongst staff by demonstrating mutual respect in all our communications.

CORA is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. We seek diversity with respect to race, color, age, sex, (including breastfeeding and medical conditions related to breastfeeding), religion (including religious dress or grooming practices), national origin, mental or physical disability, genetic characteristics and information, ancestry, marital status, family status, political belief, sexual orientation, gender (including gender identity and expression), medical condition, military, or veteran status or any other category or status protected by Federal, State or other applicable laws.

All applicants are welcome. Individuals who are bilingual, people of color, members of the LGBTQ community and/or survivors of domestic violence are strongly encouraged to apply. The position will remain open until filled.

Candidates should submit a resume and cover letter


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Are you a skilled Director of Institutional Giving who believes in lending your skills to end hunger? If so, consider being a Director of Institutional Giving for the San Francisco Marin Food Bank.

The SF Marin Food Bank is comprised of a dedicated team of approximately 150 staff working collaboratively to provide close to 50 million pounds of food to over 210,000 people in the Bay Area – a region where 1 in 4 people are at risk of hunger. We are currently looking for a Director of Institutional Giving to help in leading our program efforts of our organization. See job description below and apply today if you would like to join us in our mission to end hunger.

POSITION PURPOSE

The Food Bank seeks a seasoned and strategic development professional to join us at a time of exceptional growth. The Director of Institutional Giving (Director) will be charged with driving strategy and implementation for significant growth in corporate and foundation giving to the Food Bank, with an emphasis on cultivating transformational relationships leading to 6- and 7-figure commitments. The Director will oversee a talented team of fundraisers delivering $5.5 million in annual operating grants to the Food Bank. S/he will also model an integrated approach to secure long-range commitments for capital, operating and special purpose initiatives at the Food Bank, and will help deliver major support for the current $40 million expansion campaign. The Director will embrace the Food Bank’s mission to end hunger in San Francisco and Marin and will leverage his or her professional expertise to advance this mission.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND BASIC DUTIES

Institutional Fund Development


  • Raise, and lead the institutional giving team to raise, significant philanthropic revenue from corporations and foundations through gifts, grants, sponsorships and new forms of private philanthropy;

  • Develop and manage a high-value, high-yield portfolio of corporate and foundation prospects, donors and partners; cultivate and engage effectively with relevant local and national corporate and foundation executives, program officers, board members and staff;

  • Design and direct implementation of annual and multi-year revenue plans against ambitious goals;

  • Develop and direct implementation of an institutional giving growth strategy, in close collaboration with colleagues in development and programming;

  • Partner with Capital Campaign team to deliver commitments to the expansion campaign;

  • Serve on the Development Directors team and collaborate with colleagues to set annual and long-term fundraising strategy and plans for the department;

  • Serve as a spokesperson for the Food Bank within corporate and foundation communities;

  • Perform other duties and participate in special projects as needed.

Administration and Staff Management


  • Set a strong vision for the team, including clear priorities, objectives and measurable goals. Oversee annual budgeting, work planning and performance evaluations;

  • Provide professional development support and mentor individuals toward greater professional achievement;

  • Foster an environment that values and rewards collaboration, leadership, excellence, accountability, and mutual respect.

QUALIFICATIONS


  • Broad-based experience securing major institutional or principal gifts for a $20+ million nonprofit organization, with experience managing a team of fundraisers;

  • Track record of success driving long-range strategies for a complex giving program;

  • Experience designing, structuring, closing, and stewarding, complex, multi-year funding agreements; knowledge of major local foundations and human services funders;

  • Experience developing and contributing to multi-year capital and programmatic campaigns;

  • Exceptional collaboration skills and ability to thrive in a time of organizational growth and change;

  • Experience managing and mentoring development staff members;

  • Outstanding communication skills across multiple platforms, contexts and communities;

  • Sensitivity and commitment to working with and serving a diverse community.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORK ENVIRONMENT: (The physical and environmental demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.)

ENVIRONMENT: Standard office with occasional travel to program sites

FINGER DEXTERITY: Requires typing on standard computer.

TALKING: Ability to speak on phone and face to face.

HEARING: Able to hear average or normal conversations and receive ordinary information.

REPETITIVE MOTIONS: Frequent and regular movements using the wrists, hands, and fingers.

AVERAGE VISUAL ABILITIES: Average, ordinary, visual acuity necessary to view computer screens and documents.

PHYSICAL STRENGTH: NOT APPLICABLE.

COMMUNICATION AND COGNITIVE REQUIREMENTS:

REASONING ABILITY: Ability to apply principles of logical or scientific thinking to a wide range of complex intellectual and practical problems.

MATHEMATICS ABILITY: Ability to perform advanced math skills, use decimals to compute ratios and percentages, and to draw and interpret graphs.

LANGUAGE ABILITY: Fluency in English.

SALARY: Competitive pay based on qualifications and experience

BENEFITS: Medical, dental, life, long-term disability, and 403(b) retirement plan with employer base and matching contribution. Generous holidays, vacation, and sick time.

The San Francisco-Marin Food Bank is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


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COMPENSATION $23.69/hour+ Full Benefits

PROGRAM 832 Folsom, 8th Floor, San Francisco, CA 94107

REPORTS TO Office Manager

WORK SCHEDULE Monday-Friday, 9:00am – 5:30pm

STATUS Full-Time

CLASSIFICATION Non-Exempt

Hamilton Families

Our mission is to end family homelessness in the San Francisco Bay Area. Established in 1985, Hamilton Families is San Francisco's leading service provider to homeless families, with carefully designed programs to prevent homelessness, provide shelter and stability, return families to permanent housing and support the well-being of children experiencing homelessness. We currently operate these programs across six sites in San Francisco and Oakland. For more information, visit www.hamiltonfamilies.org.

Program and Position Overview

Over the last 30+ years, Hamilton Families has become one of the most recognized leaders addressing the rising homelessness challenges in the U.S. With 1 in 30 students in the San Francisco Unified School District experiencing homelessness, Hamilton Families (HF) is leading the City’s efforts to end family homelessness and beginning to develop a regional strategy. Using data to drive our efforts, we focus on impact and long-term solutions to tackle this seemingly intractable problem. We are implementing a plan to significantly reduce family homelessness in San Francisco by 2020, and in recent years have partnered with organizations such as the Giants, Google, Salesforce, Twitter, Airbnb, government officials and the wider Bay Area community.

Hamilton Families’ work is rooted in a whole-family approach, providing supportive services to children and their parents to alleviate the trauma associated with homelessness and provide the tools and resources necessary to ensure long term financial stability. This methodology addresses the needs of parents and children to ensure that families heal and rebuild their lives together. This dynamic approach helps to break the cycle of poverty and homelessness by promoting the well-being of all of the individuals with whom they work.

The Administrative Assistant performs a variety of administrative and program support activities for the Housing Solutions and Real Estate Department as well as other administrative departments within HF. This position requires a detail-oriented, highly organized person with strong interpersonal, administrative, and computer skills. The Administrative Assistant regularly performs tasks including managing office systems, drafting correspondence, assisting staff and participants in the office, and supporting operational projects for the agency. This position is located out of our office at 1000 Broadway in Oakland.

Primary Duties and Responsibilities

• Support leadership in work on initiatives and projects. Appropriately manage sensitive and confidential organization information.

• Oversee calendars and schedules on behalf of organization leadership.

• Assist/Plan/Support appointments, reservations and coordination for program team outings as well as agency all-staff events.

• Support and attend leadership and team meetings as well as participate in trainings and committees as assigned. Provide meeting related materials to attendees. Take and distribute meeting minutes.

• Assist with the gathering of information for organization status reports and dashboards. Support analyses on data related to organizational performance, as needed. Assist Chief of Staff with the gathering of data for board of directors and board committees meeting.

• Participate in program and organization decision making. Work with leadership to implement decisions.

• Serve as a thought partner with leadership and team members on systems and process improvements. Support HF’s continuous improvement efforts.

• Conduct reception in the office, including directing phone calls, collecting and distributing incoming mail to staff; coordinate deliveries to and from administrative offices. Welcoming guests, and assisting participants.

• Perform office management duties including purchasing and maintaining office supplies, equipment, inventory of office keys inventory for company vehicles, staff badges and door key as well as the overall organization of the office.

• Implement and direct new office systems and environmental needs, as needed.

• Provide a wide variety of skilled administrative support for the Housing Solutions Director, Real Estate Director, Director of Strategic Initiatives, Director of Administration, Chief of Staff and other senior level staff.

• Act as a liaison between Hamilton Families staff and building management, IT support, and other contractors.

• Support monthly receipts and billing processes for high-level staff and projects, providing budgetary support as needed.

• Manage petty cash and submit monthly expenditures report to the fiscal department.

• Maintain clear records and communication with our Fiscal Department.

• Assist with various internal onboarding processes.

• Facilitate coordination between the various Hamilton Families offices, distribute program and organization communications as appropriate.

• Manage transportation systems for staff travel, including Clipper cards, HF vehicles, and BART cards for participants, etc.

Support the development department with various task

• Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications, Skills and Abilities

• Bachelor’s degree preferred. Two years previous experience in an office management and administrative setting.

• Positive, helpful, and professional attitude.

• Excellent organizational skills and ability to self-motivate; able to address multiple priorities and meet deadlines with a positive attitude and problem-solving approach.

• Excellent written and verbal communication skills; proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, PowerPoint, Outlook, Excel, etc.).

• Essential functions of the position require use of a telephone, working at a standard computer terminal, and the ability to follow reasonable ergonomic recommendations, sit for long periods, stand, reach, bend, lift, and carry up to 40 pounds.

• Criminal background check, fingerprint imaging, and tuberculosis (TB) clearance required post-offer.

• Valid CADL and DMV report; able and willing to travel locally as needed required.

Compensation and Benefits

Great benefits: Hamilton Families (HF) offers excellent medical, dental, and vision coverage, plus tax-advantaged Flexible Spending Arrangements for Health Care and Dependent Care. Employees also have the chance to earn up to $180 per calendar year for participating in various wellness activities and can participate in partnership discounts with various YMCA and 24-Hour Fitness locations. Additionally, HF offers tax-deductible commuter benefits that can be applied to public transit, parking, and ride sharing services like Lyft Line and Uber pool.

Growth and leadership opportunities: The work at HF is designed for individuals to follow their passions and commitment to community. HF takes professional development seriously and offers coaching and training opportunities at every level. A role with the Stability team is great for an individual who is interested in exploring community based nonprofit work, social work, or mental health disciplines. We also offer a $1,000 tuition reimbursement to employees each year (after 12 months of employment) and offer dozens of internal and external trainings for staff at every level annually.

Time off: HF employees enjoy generous benefits including 11 paid holidays, 3 weeks of vacation and 2 weeks of sick time per year.

Long-term Benefits: HF offers an employer-matched 403(b) retirement plan, tuition reimbursement, and other great long-term benefits!

Application Procedure

• To submit an application, please click apply above or below.

• Please attach your résumé and a brief letter of interest.

• No faxes or phone calls.

• Hamilton Families is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance., we will consider for employment qualified applicants who arrest and conviction records.   


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TEL HI's Beacon at Francisco Middle School is creating the position of Student Success Coach to help create a more equitable and successful school experience for students who have been traditionally marginalized. We seek a creative, adaptable candidate to develop this role and become a key part of our mission and vision. The coach will work closely with the Beacon director and the school Wellness team to provide case management and outreach services to youth and families, serving up to 20 students in addition to any in need of drop-in support. Services include intake, assessment, goal setting and planning, advocacy and referrals to appropriate resources and therapeutic support.

The coach will provide at least one weekly support group for students during school or after school. The coach will be responsible for completing paperwork such as ongoing progress notes, quarterly evaluations and intake and closing documentation and will participate in the development of summer programming for 8th-grade students to better prepare them for high school. The coach will actively support Francisco and Beacon community events, programs, and workshops.

The Student Success Coach must be available Monday through Friday during and after school. Hours may vary slightly in accordance with the SFUSD calendar and program needs, including some nights and occasional weekends.

Duties and Responsibilities:


  • Build positive relationships with youth and their families

  • Work with a caseload of up to 20 youth throughout the school year, in addition to supporting youth during drop-in hours as needed

  • Support youth facing a variety of challenges and circumstances through one-on-one meetings, advocacy and referrals

  • Develop a case management plan for each youth including intake/assessment, service plan and goals, ongoing progress notes and evaluations

  • Work with support service agencies, their staff and programs

  • Document interactions with clients in case files and report to Francisco Beacon Director

  • Maintain consistent contact with families of youth to provide positive feedback, assess for additional needs and make referrals for support

  • Lead a weekly group to provide academic and/or behavior support to students

  • Provide classroom support to students as needed, based on teacher requests and referrals

  • Develop and maintain productive relationships with school staff, including administration, social worker, counselors, teachers, and academic liaison

  • Participate in school Student Assistance Program (SAP) and other meetings to provide coordination and socio-emotional support to youth and families

  • Support program deliverables for the Beacon after-school and summer programs such as youth outreach, academic tutoring, goal setting sessions, and running leadership and other youth activities

  • Participate in evaluations including the Youth Program Quality Assessment process and administration of program surveys

  • Attend staff meetings and trainings as required

  • Uphold TEL HI and Francisco policies for safety, supervision, mandated reporting and risk management

  • Additional responsibilities as assigned by Supervisor

Qualifications:


  • A BA/BS in Social Work, psychology /education or related field preferred

  • Or 3+ years of relevant professional experience, including case management, mentoring, group facilitation, truancy interventions, counseling, collaboration with teachers and school personnel, and familiarity with school services and youth interventions

  • A passion for social justice and knowledge of the challenges faced by low-income San Francisco youth and families

  • Ability to be a strong team player who can also work independently

  • Understanding of community- and school-based programming and Youth Development Practices & Principles, the Common Core standards and Restorative Practices

  • Knowledge of MS Office, Excel, and Internet based research

  • DOJ, FBI, Child Abuse Index, TB clearances

The North Beach-Chinatown Beacon Center at Francisco Middle School provides youth, families and community members with safe and engaging programming, offering academic support, enrichment, recreation and youth development and employment opportunities. Services are offered during the school day and after school throughout the school year and during summer at Francisco Middle School.

Telegraph Hill Neighborhood Center (TEL HI) is a nonprofit organization located around the corner from Francisco Middle School. Its mission is to enhance the lives of the people in the community. Founded in 1890, TEL HI provides opportunities for individuals and families to enrich their quality of life. We focus on children, youth, families, and seniors to create and strengthen community bonds, to promote health and wellness and broaden education and cultural experiences. Program services include: Preschool (18 months to 5 years), Elementary School Academy (K-5th grade), Teen Programs at Galileo High School and North Beach Place Apartments, North Beach-Chinatown Beacon Center at Francisco Middle School, and Senior Program. Visit www.telhi.org.

Interested candidates please submit a cover letter and resume to Beacon Director Lorraine Orlandi.

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time

Salary: $24.00 /hour

Work Location:


  • One location

Benefits:


  • Health insurance

  • Dental insurance

  • Vision insurance

  • Retirement plan

  • Paid time off

  • Flexible schedule

  • Parental leave

  • Professional development assistance

  • Tuition reimbursement

Hours per week:


  • 30-39

Pay Frequency:


  • Bi weekly or Twice monthly


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 Huckleberry Youth Programs is seeking someone with a strong commitment to the well-being of youth and social justice to assist us in our mission to educate, inspire, and support underserved youth to develop healthy life choices, to maximize their potential, and to realize their dreams. Since 1967, we have accomplished this by providing San Francisco and Marin youth and their families with a network of services and opportunities by caring peers and adults. Watch our story!

Huckleberry Youth Programs is seeking a Youth Engagement Specialist who will be based at Huckleberry Youth Health Center in San Francisco. The Youth Engagement Specialist is a member of the Huckleberry Youth Health Center team. This position provides direct service to youth accessing medical care, case management and therapy at the health center. This position holds the primary responsibility for assisting clients both in person and over the phone, with support from other members of the Client Services team. The Youth Engagement Specialist is the face of the Huckleberry Youth Health Center and is essential to creating a warm and welcoming atmosphere for the youth we serve.

We're looking for someone with the following experience and qualities:

--A combination of three years of college and/or relevant experience.

--Bilingual in Spanish.

--Must be highly organized, creative, innovative and flexible.

--Comfortable with administrative tasks such as answering the phone, keeping a detailed log and data entry.

--Must be engaging, friendly and care about the social justice issues of health care access for marginalized populations.

--Able to handle competing demands and prioritize tasks while focusing on the needs and experience of our clients.

--Experience using computers; specifically, Google Suites, Word and Excel.

For a detailed job description see our website.

We're a great place to work! We offer excellent benefits and value work-life balance.

Medical coverage--100% employer paid for employee and 50% employer paid for dependents

Dental Coverage--100% employer paid for employee and 50% employer paid for dependents

Life Insurance--Employer paid

16 Vacation days in the 1st year of employment

12 Personal Necessity days

6 Paid Holidays

We're a diverse organization and we value diversity and inclusion in all that we do. We encourage applicants from all backgrounds to apply.

If interested, please click here to apply.

EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY:

Huckleberry Youth Programs is an equal opportunity employer, committed to providing equal opportunity to its employees and applicants for employment without discrimination on the basis of race; color; ethnic background; religion; gender; gender identity or expression; sexual orientation; national origin; ancestry; age; marital status; pregnancy, childbirth, or other related medical condition; disability, including HIV-related conditions; or status as a covered veteran. This policy applies to every aspect of employment, including but not limited to: hiring, advancement, transfer, demotion, layoff, termination, compensation, benefits, training and working conditions.

FAIR CHANCE:

Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records. 


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COMPENSATION $24.50/hr + $1.50 Bilingual Premium+ Full Benefits

PROGRAM Hamilton Shelter Program | 260 Golden Gate Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94102

REPORTS TO Family Services Manager

WORK SCHEDULE Friday 11:30 am – 8:00 pm AND Saturday – Sunday 9:00 am- 5:30 pm

STATUS Part-Time; Temporary

CLASSIFICATION Non-exempt

Hamilton Families

Our mission is to end family homelessness in the San Francisco Bay Area. Established in 1985, Hamilton Families is San Francisco's leading service provider to homeless families, with carefully designed programs to prevent homelessness, provide shelter and stability, return families to permanent housing and support the well-being of children experiencing homelessness. We currently operate these programs across four sites in San Francisco and Oakland. For more information, visit www.hamiltonfamilies.org.

Program Overview

Hamilton Families Shelter Program in the Tenderloin provides a safe place to sleep, three meals a day and critical social services to 50 families a night (about 150 individuals) for up to six months. The program provides emergency beds for families in immediate crisis and private rooms for families on the city’s shelter waitlist. Participants receive comprehensive support services that include case management with referrals and linkages to community services and benefits, employment and life skills training, access to basic health services, children’s services, three meals a day, and innovative and direct assistance in securing permanent housing.

The Case Manager provides families with case management and support to assist them with gaining stability and obtaining permanent housing.

Primary Duties and Responsibilities

• Provide case management services to approximately 12 families experiencing homelessness. Case management services may include but are not limited to intake, assessment, development and implementation of service plans, referrals to community-based resources, housing and employment advocacy, designing and facilitating participant group workshops, advocacy and support for issues relating to mental and physical health and disabilities, domestic violence, substance abuse recovery, family reunification, child welfare advocacy, life skills training, and crisis intervention.

• Participate in family intake and orientation to the program. Develop, implement and document family action plans with participants that identify and address their needs including but not limited to housing options, recovery issues, children’s needs, and short-term goals. Identify, network with, and refer participants to community-based services as appropriate.

• Follow and reinforce program policies, eligibility requirements, and expectations for families to participate in the program.

• Communicate and collaborate with other case managers, supervisors, program staff, and community partners and service providers to provide optimal support to families.

• Complete and maintain required handwritten and computer-based records, files, correspondence, and statistics in a timely, clear and thorough, accurate, and legible manner. Compile, complete and submit required reports and information documenting services provided to participants, and data related to program service and outcome objectives. Review and present progress of each family in weekly case conferences. Prepare reports and presentations as required.

• Attend and participate in scheduled case review meetings, staff meetings, and trainings; and represent HF in the community as needed.

• Comply with regulatory agency requirements, agency and program policies and procedures. Case Managers in residential programs may also be required to attend hearings and arbitrations in accordance with the City’s Shelter Grievance Procedure.

• Promote values of self-sufficiency and empowerment throughout work with participants.

• Promote and facilitate active participation by participants in program services.

• Complete additional, designated shift-specific and site-specific tasks.

• Must be available to work Monday-Friday and some evening hours.

• Perform extensive charting, data entry and documentation.

• Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications, Skills and Abilities

• A minimum of 3 years of experience performing case management duties or providing support services in a health or human services field OR Bachelor’s degree in social work, psychology, or related field from an accredited college or university and a minimum of 1 year of experience providing support services or case management to families and/or individuals in a human services setting. Able and willing to work with diverse staff and participants.

• Experience in a crisis setting and able to respond appropriately to emergencies including contacting appropriate staff and/or contacting and interacting with police, fire, and medical personnel as needed.

• Experience providing support services to participants with mental health related issues, substance abuse, domestic violence, HIV/AIDS related issues, Child Protective Service agencies, HIPAA and crisis intervention techniques.

• Demonstrated knowledge of issues facing program participants (e.g. substance use, mental health, domestic violence, resources for undocumented individuals, workplace reintegration, etc.).

• Excellent written and verbal communication skills; proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, PowerPoint, Outlook, Excel, etc.). Able to make regular entries into a web-based participant database. Must be available for occasional evening hours as work schedule includes some evenings.

• Bilingual positions require providing verbal and written program and other information as needed to participants

who are predominantly monolingual in the language for which a bilingual premium applies.

• Essential job functions require using a telephone, working at a standard computer terminal, ability to follow reasonable ergonomic accommodations, sit for long intervals, walk, stand, reach, bend, lift and carry up to 20 pounds.

• Criminal background check, fingerprint imaging, TB (Tuberculosis) clearance, and documentation required post offer.

Compensation and Benefits

Great benefits: Hamilton Families (HF) offers excellent medical, dental, and vision coverage, plus tax-advantaged Flexible Spending Arrangements for Health Care and Dependent Care. Employees also have the chance to earn up to $180 per calendar year for participating in various wellness activities and can participate in partnership discounts with various YMCA and 24 Hour Fitness locations. Additionally, HF offers tax-deductible commuter benefits that can be applied to public transit, parking, and ride sharing services like Lyft Line and Uber pool.

Growth and leadership opportunities: The work at HF is designed for individuals to follow their passions and commitment to community. HF takes professional development seriously and offers coaching and training opportunities at every level. We also offer a $1,000 tuition reimbursement to employees each year (after 12 months of employment) and offer dozens of internal and external trainings for staff at every level annually.

Time off: HF employees enjoy generous benefits including 11 paid holidays, 3 weeks of vacation and 2 weeks of sick time per year.

Long-term benefits: HF offers an employer-matched 403(b) retirement plan, tuition reimbursement, and other great long-term benefits!

Application Procedure

• Please click the “Apply” button above or below to apply via Hamilton Families’ ADP Career Center.

• Attach your résumé AND a brief letter of interest.

• No faxes or phone calls.

• Hamilton Families is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records. 


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Catholic Charities SF, the not-for-profit service arm of the Archdiocese of San Francisco, is one of the Bay Area's largest human services organizations. Catholic Charities SF provides programs and services for 70,000 people in need within the three county regions of San Francisco, Marin and San Mateo Counties. Catholic Charities SF's programs include a full spectrum of services for families and youth, single parents, aging adults, persons living with HIV, refugees and immigrants, homeless and those at risk of being homeless, individuals with physical disabilities, and incarcerated adults and youth. In conjunction with Mercy/Charities Housing Inc., Catholic Charities SF is also a recognized leader in a not-for-profit housing development.

Pay Range

$20.00-$22.00 hourly

ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES


  • Be familiar with individual young and teenage girls’ treatment plans, and integrate residents’ treatment plans into all aspects of their day to day treatment at San Francisco Boys’ and Girls’ Home, including all program activities, recreation activities, and crisis intervention. Support, direct, and advocate for youth to access to all treatment and program related activities.Set nurturing, but firm and consistent limits for the young and teenage girls and the group, so as to facilitate safety and age-appropriate behavior.

  • Develop, encourage, and model participation in established house schedules, routines & programs.

  • Provide documentation such as charting in resident logs, critical incident reports, communication logs, and milieu reports.

  • Act as partner to parent(s)/guardian and facilitate family contact, as appropriate.

  • Participate in case conferences and, as required, other treatment planning forums such as I.E.P.s and court hearings.

  • Perform general housekeeping responsibilities such as cleaning, menu planning, shopping cooking and laundry, as they relate to individual young and teenage girls, the group, and the overall upkeep of the house, and model and teach the execution of those responsibilities as well.

  • Transport and supervise young and teenage girls to, from and during various outings, locations, appointments, home visits, & community based activities in accordance with all procedures and policies regarding outings and the use of Agency vehicles, including the ability to obtain a valid California driver’s license and other licenses as necessary to operate agency vehicles.

  • Be familiar with and support overall health procedures such as infection control, first aid, diet, and medication distribution within the young and teenage girls’ individual’ treatment plans.

  • Perform all other such duties as directed by supervisor.

Nothing in this job description restricts management's right to assign or reassign duties and responsibilities to this job at any time.

QUALIFICATIONS

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Education & Experience


  • Bachelor’s Degree in Behavioral Science or four or more years of working with girls 7-18 years old in residential care facilities, the juvenile justice system or other therapeutic treatments facilities.

  • STRTP Counselors must possess a valid California Driver’s License, and must posses the following abilities.

Knowledge, Skills & Abilities


  • Experience with girls aged 13 – 18 in residential care facilities, juvenile justice system and other therapeutic treatments facilities.

  • Ability to be a positive role model for individual young and teenage girl sand the group.

  • Ability to maintain supportive relationships with other staff.

  • Maintain clear boundaries between personal life and professional behavior on the job.

  • Display situation-appropriate emotional responses.

  • Maintain identification within the duties and responsibilities of a STRTP Counselor as outlined in this job description, not with the identity of the residential group.

  • Demonstrates the necessary attitudes, knowledge and skills to deliver culturally competent services and work effectively in cross-cultural situations.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.


  • Frequent bending, standing, stooping, kneeling, reaching, twisting, and walking.

  • Occasional lifting, pushing, and pulling.

  • Occasional repetitive motions: Making substantial movements (motions) of the wrists, hands, and/or fingers.

  • Light work: Exerting up to 20 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 10 pounds of force frequently, and/or a negligible amount of force constantly to move objects.

  • The worker is required to have visual acuity to determine the accuracy, neatness, and thoroughness of the work assigned.

  • Must be able to drive at night.

If driving a car is required for the position, incumbent must have a valid California driver's license and be able to provide proof of DMV record and personal insurance (if required).

Council on Accreditation (COA) Roles


  • Participates in establishing and ensuring policies and procedures are performed in accordance with the Accreditation(COA) standards.

  • Collaborates with Catholic Charities CQI team to ensure compliance with standards of care and performance.

  • Responsible for participating in Catholic Charities COA required trainings and reporting requirements.

WORK ENVIRONMENT

The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.


  • The work environment is a community based group home for adolescents.

  • Noise level in work environment is usually moderate in accordance with a typical treatment milieu containing up to 8 clients.

  • May include contact with clients with mental health issues who demonstrate behaviors such as use of profanity, shouting, running away, self harm and violence.

  • The work environment will include children ages 13-18.

  • May be exposed to odors such as perfumes, cleaning products, and clients who experience difficulty with personal hygiene.

  • Occasionally exposed to outside weather conditions.

  • The work environment may include driving an agency vehicle.

  • Maintain high standards of personal hygiene, grooming, and appropriate standards of personal dress DISCLAIMER: The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this classification. They are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. All personnel may be required to perform duties outside of their normal responsibilities from time to time, as needed.

CATHOLIC CHARITIES IS AN EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER and is committed to providing equal employment without regard to race, color, creed, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, legal domicile status, veteran status, disability or AIDS/HIV status or any other characteristic protected under federal or state law.

Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records.

Department or Program: Boys and Girls Homes

This is a non-management position

This is a full time position

Union status: Non-union

Fingerprinting clearance: Required

TB Screening: Required

First Aid Certificate: Standard First Aid required


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Catholic Charities SF, the not-for-profit service arm of the Archdiocese of San Francisco, is one of the Bay Area's largest human services organizations. Catholic Charities SF provides programs and services for 70,000 people in need within the three county regions of San Francisco, Marin and San Mateo Counties. Catholic Charities SF's programs include a full spectrum of services for families and youth, single parents, aging adults, persons living with HIV, refugees and immigrants, homeless and those at risk of being homeless, individuals with physical disabilities, and incarcerated adults and youth. In conjunction with Mercy/Charities Housing Inc., Catholic Charities SF is also a recognized leader in a not-for-profit housing development.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES


  • Caseload portfolio assignment up to 25-30 clients at any given time.

  • The candidate must be able to motivate and empower people and to be an effective advocate in communities and families.

  • Assess resident’s needs, situations, strengths, and support networks to determine goals.

  • Develop mutually-agreed upon plans to improve their well being.

  • Provide direct services to residents.

  • Educate and connect residents to the wide array of services available to families.

  • Assist families with accessing community resources.

  • Assist and monitor clients personal goals, well-being, and situational growth or improvement

  • Documentation: Input and maintain proper client and program documentation [activities/updates/changes] client data collection, information and referral, collection of documents to address Participants’ immediate needs and long-range goals.

  • Develops and coordinates program activities designed to promote the organization operations, policies and its services to the community and the target population.

  • Provide on-going support including but not limited to the following: information and referral for employment/vocational opportunities, client services, community contacts/needs, and assist in meeting the goals of the client’s through community engagement and activities.

  • Participate in related program, agency and community meetings as assigned.

  • Work in collaboration with Program and Agency staff/team to design and implement programs and perform as meeting/activities leader as required

Nothing in this job description restricts management's right to assign or reassign duties and responsibilities to this job at any time.

QUALIFICATIONS

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Education & Experience


  • Bachelor’s degree in Social Work, or related field with a minimum of two [2] years directly related experience in case management. Sensitivity to, and possess a knowledge of homelessness and substance use disorders, and associated Healthcare [physical and mental health] issues.

  • Substantial or demonstrated knowledge/experience working with families in crisis or unstable housing situations.

  • Strong knowledge of substance disorders and associated health issues.

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills

  • Electronic data collection, input, and information maintenance

  • Computer Skills and MS Office Suite knowledge

Knowledge, Skills & Abilities


  • Required license to drive in the State of California and the ability to drive a vehicle that requires a Class 2 California Driver's License.

  • Must have experience in assessments and strong crisis intervention skills, particularly with people with substance use disorders and associated Healthcare [physical and mental health].

  • Interacting with persons from various social, cultural, economic, and educational backgrounds for the purpose of stabilizing or improving housing situations.

  • Bilingual English/Spanish +.

  • Achievement and Client oriented.

  • Work as part of a team and collaborate with colleagues for successful outcomes.

  • Organizational awareness.

  • Analyze information, problems, situations, practices or procedures in order to define the issues/challenges, relevant factors or concerns to accomplish success.

  • Formulate logical and objective conclusions through Client Services Plans.

  • Organize material, information, and/or people in a systematic way to optimize efficiency and minimize harm or duplication of efforts.

  • Coordinate people, resources, information maximize success.

  • Demonstrates the necessary attitudes, knowledge and skills to deliver culturally competent services and work effectively in cross-cultural situations.

Council on Accreditation (COA) Roles


  • Is responsible for accurate and timely data entry that aids Performance and Quality Improvement (PQI) reporting and case record reviews.

  • Is responsible for accurate and timely submission of case records.

  • Serves on a quarterly case record review committee for Performance and Quality Improvement

  • Serves on department or program Performance and Quality Improvement PQI Committee responsible for monitoring goals and reporting.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.


  • Frequent bending, standing, stooping, kneeling, reaching, twisting, and walking.

  • Intermittent lifting, pushing, and pulling.

  • Frequent repetitive motions: Making substantial movements (motions) of the wrists, hands, and/or fingers.

  • Light work: Exerting up to 20 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 10 pounds of force frequently, and/or a negligible amount of force constantly to move objects.

  • The worker is required to have close visual acuity to perform an activity such as: preparing and analyzing data and figures; transcribing; viewing a computer terminal; and extensive reading.

  • Driving is required for this position.

If driving a car is required for the position, incumbent must have a valid California driver's license and be able to provide proof of DMV record and personal insurance (if required).

WORK ENVIRONMENT

The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.


  • Contact with clients who may have behavioral and psychiatric problems including shouting, use of profanity and inappropriate behavioral choices.

  • Noise level in work environment is usually moderate and consistent with a normal office setting.

  • Occasionally exposed to perfume or scents in personal care products used by clients.

  • Supervision: The incumbent is assigned duties according to specified procedures and receives detailed instructions. Work is reviewed frequently. The employee performs a variety of routine work within established policies and procedures, and receives instructions on assignments, new policies, or projects.

  • The work environment is a typical office environment.

  • Noise level in work environment is usually moderate in accordance with a typical office environment.

  • May include contact with clients with mental health issues who demonstrate behaviors such as use of profanity, shouting, running away, self harm and violence.

  • Occasional need to interact with clients that may be expressing anger both appropriately and in appropriately.

  • The work environment includes contact with many children, who may be loud and at times behaviorally challenged.

  • The work environment will include children ages 0 months to 5 years old.

  • The work environment will include children ages 4 to 17 years old.

  • The work environment will include children ages 8 to 14 years old.

  • The worker is occasionally exposed to perfume or scents in personal care products used by employees, clients, and visitors.

  • The worker is occasionally exposed to cleaning products.

  • The worker is regularly exposed to arts and crafts supplies that may contain an odor such as non-toxic paint, glue, permanent markers, dry erase markers and crayons.

  • The worker is subject to oils: There is air and/or skin exposure to oils and other fluids.

  • The worker is required to wear a respirator.

  • The worker is subject to inside environmental conditions: Protection from weather conditions but not necessarily from temperature changes.

  • The work environment includes traveling using various modes of transportation.

  • The work environment may include driving an agency vehicle.

DISCLAIMER: The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this classification. They are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. All personnel may be required to perform duties outside of their normal responsibilities from time to time, as needed.

CATHOLIC CHARITIES IS AN EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER and is committed to providing equal employment without regard to race, color, creed, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, legal domicile status, veteran status, disability or AIDS/HIV status or any other characteristic protected under federal or state law.

Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records.

Department or Program: Homelessness Prevention

This is a full time position

Union status: Union

Fingerprinting clearance: Required

TB Screening: Required

First Aid Certificate: Standard First Aid required


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Job Description

The Social Worker provides direct case management services to participants. The primary role of the MSW is to assist participants and their family/caregivers to cope with the social and emotional issues and practical arrangements related to maintaining their independence. The MSW serves as an integral member of the Interdisciplinary team providing assessments, coordination, treatment planning, information and referral to
community resources and other social work services to meet the complex needs of participants and their families. Hours are M - F 8AM - 4:30PM, this is temp, temp to hire for the right person. No clinical supervision is offered for temp role. Most work is done onsite, center based, with the rare home visit. Center is a medical provider of a health plan that serves seniors. MSW required plus 1 year of geriatric experience and medical SW experience.

Company Description

We are a staffing and recruiting agency that specializes in social services. We hire BA, BSW, MA, MSW, LCSW, MFT, PsyD and PhD candidates for temporary, temp to hire and direct hire opportunities throughout California. We have part time and full time positions available, both direct services and management.


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Family Builders is a non-profit, licensed foster care and adoption agency, serving children in the foster care system.  Family Builders believes that every child has the right to grow up in a permanent, nurturing family regardless of that child’s age, race, ethnicity, gender, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, or medical, physical or emotional condition.  Family Builders educates the community about the needs of waiting children, advocates on their behalf, and places children with permanent, secure families through adoption, and other forms of permanence.


SUMMARY:


We have an immediate opening for a foster care/adoption Social Worker who will provide clinical case management, conduct assessments, as well as provide training and support to families as they prepare to become foster and adoptive parents.


QUALIFICATIONS:


Master’s degree required in social work or equivalent. This position requires strong clinical skills as well as experience and cultural competence working with African American, Latino and LGBTQ communities. Must be fluent in Spanish and English.  Must have a car and be willing to travel throughout the Bay Area.   Position will involve evening and weekend work.  Must be committed to the mission of Family Builders.  People of color and LGBTQ individuals are encouraged to apply.


Family Builders offers an excellent benefit package including medical, dental, vision, acupuncture, chiropractic, mental health, pension, and a generous leave schedule.


Interested candidates should send a resume and cover letter to Family Builders by Adoption, Attn: Operations Manager, 1900 Embarcadero, Suite 303, Oakland, CA 94606, or email operationsmanager[at]familybuilders[dot]org.


www.familybuilders.org


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Company Description

Family Builders is a non-profit, licensed foster care and adoption agency, serving children in the foster care system. Family Builders believes that every child has the right to grow up in a permanent, nurturing family regardless of that child’s age, race, ethnicity, gender, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, or medical, physical or emotional condition. Family Builders educates the community about the needs of waiting children, advocates on their behalf, and places children with permanent, secure families through adoption, and other forms of permanence.


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Job Description


We are in the business of changing lives while maintaining a positive culture committed to excellence, teamwork and authenticity! #workhardbekind.




We need an exceptional school-based Clinical Social Worker or School Therapist for a full-time position in Stanford, CA. We're looking for a Clinical Social Worker or School Therapist who can start immediately and work through the balance of the school year. This role will provide the opportunity to engage with a wonderful district with passionate educators, engaged and supportive parents, and dozens of children who are in desperate need of your gifts! Clinical Social Worker needs to have experience with ERMS. This position will be providing therapy, case management, and assessments. Caseload is 16 all SPED high school students. We would love to share specific details on the role and us, TherapyTravelers. 




Our team here at TherapyTravelers appreciates our unique culture of corporate responsibility - they continue to feel seen, heard, and valued. Along with having the best contracts, pay, & benefits around -- TherapyTravelers continues to be the best firm in the business.




Job Requirements



  • Desire to bring life-giving excellence to school-aged children

  • 1 year of verifiable, supervised professional experience as a Clinical Social Worker or School Therapist within the last 3 years (may include residency, internship, clinical practicum)

  • Valid license in the state of practice, or ability to obtain one

  • State School Services Credential where required 

  • #TTIND


Company Description

Our mission is to attract, empower and retain the finest therapists. We do this so that every human can manifest their full potential.


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Job Description


A permanent full time California Licensed Clinical Social Worker position for a Psychiatry & Behavioral Health outpatient office located in Palo Alto, CA.


We are a personalized medicine startup working to improve mental health care. We are working to make mental health care data-driven, personalized, and technologically advanced.


By leveraging our current technology of pharmacogenetic testing, next-generation clinical decision support software and analytics framework, wearables, electronic patient outcome monitoring, digital health applications, and our engineering team, we believe this will enable us to drastically improve the standard of mental health care.


As we grow, our engineering team will add AI-driven chat-bots, optimize psychotherapy, train machine learning models, and build mental health assessment software. Longer term, we are working on integrating whole exome sequencing, electroencephalography (EEG), transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS), electroconvulsive therapy (ECT), brain scans, and much more to our clinic.


Compensation:


$50/hour;
PTO/paid sick;
401k equivalent;
Malpractice insurance;


health insurance
In-office perks;
Schedule: 32-40 hours per week; compensation will be a mix of hourly and fee for service.


You can work M to TH 8-6 pm
or M to F 9-5 p.m.


Responsibilities:


Create comprehensive patient assessments
Aid in treatment planning
Complete documentation in compliance with clinical and state requirements
Aid in building a physician referral network to attract new patients
Work directly with bioengineers and software engineers to create technology to improve therapy patient outcomes


License or Certification:


MSW Degree
CA State LCSW licensure
Job Type: Full-time


Salary: $50.00 /hour plus benefits


Email us your CV or resume to apply. We want to hire immediately.



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The Social Services Director plans, develops, organizes, evaluates and directs the overall operation of the Social Services department in accordance with the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) Code of Ethics and maintaining compliance with federal, state, and local guidelines and regulations, Masonic Homes policies and procedures, and standards of care for specialty practice The Social Services Director is a member of the interdisciplinary and management team of the nursing center and may supervise one member of the Social Services staff in the facility. The Social Services Director is responsible for fostering a climate, policies, and routines that enable residents to maximize their individuality, independence, and dignity. This climate shall provide patients/residents with the highest practical level of physical, mental, and psychosocial well-being and quality of life.


PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES


  1. Clinical


  • Complete a social history and psychosocial assessment for each resident that identifies social, emotional, and psychological needs.

  • Provide timely and accurate completion of Social Services and Activities portion of the MDS, Care Area Assessments, Resident Care Plan, and Progress Notes as well as other forms as required in order to comply with federal and state regulations and facility policies and procedures.

  • Participate in the development of a written, interdisciplinary plan of care for each resident that identifies the psychosocial needs/issues of the resident, the goals to be accomplished for those needs/issues, and the appropriate social worker interventions.

  • Provides guidance with end of life decision making, facilitating communication between patients’, families, providers, the Care Management Team and Physicians, supporting a compassionate approach to the process of transitioning to palliative care and hospice.

  • Work closely with the facility mental health provider to insure that all resident psychosocial needs are identified, referrals are made, and services are provided.

  • Ensure or provide therapeutic interventions to assist residents in coping with their transition and adjustment to a long-term care facility, including their social, emotional, and psychological needs.

  • Ensure or provide support and education to residents/family members/significant others to assist in their understanding of placement and facility issues in addition to referring them to the appropriate social service agencies when the facility does not provide the needed services.

  • Maintain contact with the resident, legal representative, and other family members approved by the resident or legal representative, involving them in the resident’s total care and providing them with information on the resident’s status as requested or appropriate.

  • Provide groups for residents/family members/significant others as appropriate to their needs.

  • Provide clinical interventions to address catastrophic events that occur during the resident’s stay in the facility.

  • Coordinate resident room changes.


2. Discharge Planning




    • Ensures that patient/resident discharge goals are identified at admission and documented accordingly.

    • Works with patient/resident, family members/significant others, and interdisciplinary care team through care planning and utilization management throughout the course of the stay to identify strengths and needs to ensure an appropriate discharge plan is formulated.

    • As part of interdisciplinary care team, identifies discharge teaching needs.

    • Responsible for communicating to center team members the estimated discharge date and updating AOD.

    • Makes referrals as needed for post discharge care to appropriate agencies and suppliers.

    • Establishes relationships and maintains contact and referral flow with community based agencies/services for discharge planning.

    • Initiates and participates in completion of Discharge Transition Plan & Discharge packet materials and orienting the patient/resident and family around the process.

    • May be involved in contacting patients/residents post discharge to ensure successful transition.


    GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES:



    • Follows facility policies and procedures and federal / state regulation.

    • Participates in facility quality management program.

    • Follows oral and written instructions accurately.

    • Keeps Administrator informed of work priorities and problems.

    • Responds appropriately to emergency situations and disasters.

    • Provides a safe environment for patients, visitors and staff.

    • Assures security of environment to prevent exit of wandering residents. Implement the facility procedure for elopement if any resident leaves the facility without permission.

    • Recognizes and assists in the prevention of elder abuse, neglect, and exploitation (financial and other) and reports to appropriate sources per state regulations

    • Follows facility standards relating to customer service.

    • Maintains confidentiality of residents and other work related issues.

    • Assures that all residents are treated with respect and dignity.

    • Follows facility rules of conduct.

    • Attends in-services related to work and completes required in-services annually; attends outside classes to enhance role and professional standards, as appropriate.

    • Provides timely notification of illness/absences to appropriate supervisor following departmental policy and time lines.

    • Attends facility meetings as assigned.

    • Follows dress code for work area.

    • Performs other duties as assigned.


    Requirements



    • Bachelor’s degree in social work, or bachelor’s degree in a human services field including but not limited to sociology, special education, rehabilitation counseling, and psychology; AND

    • One year of supervised social work experience in a skilled nursing setting working directly with residents


    • Management/administrative/supervisory experience preferred


    Benefits


    At Masonic Homes, we are looking for team members who would like to combine their passion for helping people, good communication skills, decision-making skills, and great ethical standards with the opportunities to advance your career.


    In return for your skills, you will be offered:



    • A work environment focused on teamwork and support

    • Excellent health, wage replacement and other benefits for you and your family’s well-being

    • A generous contribution to a 401K plan whether or not you participate, and an additional contribution from the company when you participate in the plan

    • Investment in your growth through Tuition Reimbursement



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